Are you watching Wu-Tang: An American Saga on Hulu? You should.
The Wu-Tang Clan made a mark on the New York borough of Staten Island, a land they dubbed “Shaolin”. The group would quickly rise to stardom, becoming one of the best rap groups to have ever existed. Over the years, the Wu-Tang Clan has had its fair share of iterations. Aside from having their rise to music prominence, the legacy is about to be immortalized by an actual amusement park.
There is a Wu-Tang theme park being developed in South Korea, according, Jimmy Kang, who serves as the vice president of the Wu-Tang Clan Management, in a statement to MassLive. While details of this venture are still scant, one can just leave to imagination the prospects of devoting an entire area to the group’s Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) album.
The group has also been honored in its Staten Island hometown with a street named after them.