Wu-Tang Clan To Light Up Empire State Building
The Wu-Tang Clan is all set to receive their own day in New York City.
However. This is done in honor of the 30th anniversary of their debut album. “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”.
On November 9. The Empire State Building will be illuminated in Wu-Tang’s signature colors. Which are black and yellow. And the reason is to commemorate this milestone.
More to this. Mayor Eric Adams will officially be declaring November 9. As Wu-Tang Day. In recognition of the iconic Staten Island group.
In addition. “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” was also inducted into the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry last year.
Although. The reason for this is its cultural and historical significance.
Among the Wu-Tang Clan’s seven albums. It is widely regarded as their finest work.
It also represents a significant achievement in the world of hip-hop.
Additionally. In conjunction with the celebration. The Wu-Tang Clan is about to re-release “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”. And it would be in various limited editions.
Partnering with Get On Down. Which is also a division of Sony. They are launching a box set that includes…
A seven-inch vinyl collection, original album on vinyl. A 60-page book, and an exclusive pack of trading cards.
RZA Unique Concerts Organization
To make this anniversary even more special. RZA is organizing a series of unique concerts.
Sometime in September. He announced live orchestra performances of “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”.
But. This was done at Manhattan’s Gramercy Theatre, culminating on November 9.
These shows reimagine the classic album with the accompaniment of a live orchestra.
Also. RZA has previously explored classical music with his “36 Chambers of Shaolin” and “A Ballet Through Mud” performances.
Furthermore. Reflecting on the success of “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”. He expressed his conviction that they were creating something extraordinary during its production.
Revisit the timeless classic “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”. As Wu-Tang Clan takes over the Empire State Building. With New York City officially celebrating their legacy.