Hip-hop may be 50, but its “Renaissance Era” started 30 years ago.
Their music was able to express a piece of my father's immigrant experience in a way that he wasn't able to fully articulate to me yet.
Letitia James quoted the hip-hop group's 1994 song "C.R.E.A.M." when she said the "pharma bro" must pay back $64 million and is banned from the industry.
The “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” actor is making noise for his portrayal of the hip-hop legend. But he’s not stopping there.
The infamous "Pharma Bro" purchased the only copy of "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" for $2 million in 2015 to “keep it from the people.”
The hip-hop legend has teamed up with Good Humor to create a replacement for "Turkey in the Straw," an ice cream song with surprisingly racist roots.
"My life every damn day is an act of defiance."
The rare album is part of $7.36 million in assets that prosecutors say he obtained by committing securities fraud.
HuffPost speaks to RZA about the inspiration for Wu-Tang.