New Wu-Tang Clan – Ruckus In B Minor

Wu-Tang Clan maybe two decades in the game, sovaldi but that doesn’t mean they still aren’t going bring the ruckus. As the Shaolin group proves with their their gritty new single, Ruckus In B Minor, which sees the legendary emcees spitting the classic aggressive hard-hitting rhymes over the just as hard-hitting and aggressive production they spit and shows they’re just as hungry now on the mic as they were when they first hit the scene a little over 20 years ago with the also very aggressive and hard-hitting bars they brought on “Bring da Ruckus.” This new track being a followup of sorts to that intro track from the Clan’s legendary classic debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) and why it should be no surprise you hear the classic Kung-Fu samples, as well as some never before heard rants from late great Wu member Ol’ Dirty Bastard on the intro and outro of the record. Fresh off their newly inked deal with Warner Bros. Records and a firm release date of Dec. 2nd for the Clan’s upcoming long delayed and highly anticipated 20th-year anniversary album, A Better Tomorrow, this is a track that has that perfect Shaolin sound we have all come to know and love and can’t get enough of. Which is why it’s the perfect single to release to the masses and really get mine and other Clan fans anticipation for the album very high again of delivering something just as classic, timeless and legendary as they did with 36 Chambers a little over two decades ago.