wu tang clan 36 chambers

On Saturday (November 9), hip-hop celebrated the 20th anniversary of Wu-Tang Clan’s seminal debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (A Tribe Called Quest’s equally iconic Midnight Marauders turned 20, too). In honor of this milestone, Revolt TV gathered the thoughts of RZA, Ghostface, Raekwon and the rest of the Shaolin soldiers to reflect on how 36 Chambers changed the game, and how its influence is still felt today.

As for that 20th anniversary Wu-Tang reunion album we’ve been hearing about, it sounds like creative differences have been a cause for the delay. In a new interview with XXL, Method Man explains how RZA proposed making the project “light,” while the rest of the Clan wanted to keep things “dark,” like 36 Chambers. In his own recent interview with Grantland, RZA blamed the hold up on the absence of Ghostface, GZA and particularly Raekwon, who later responded on Twitter.

Watch after the jump…

Wu-Tang Clan Gives Update on Drake’s ‘Wu-Tang Forever’ Remix
Ol’ Dirty Bastard Returns In Hologram Form at Rock the Bells 2013
Method Man Returns to His Old Projects & Discusses ’36 Chambers’ (Video)