Does anyone still care about the Wu-Tang Clan? Surely they’ve proved they don’t have a good album left in them. For those with more faith than I do.

The legendary Wu-Tang Clan dropped their new album, Pollen: The Swarm Part Three, in stores last week.  Released by the Clan’s own label, Wu Music Group, Pollen is the third installment in the official swarm franchise and features original Wu-Tang Clan members RZA (Bobby Digital), Ghostface Killa, Method Man (Johnny Blaze) and many more.  Volumes I and II of The Swarm have sold over eight hundred thousand units to date.

Wu-Tang also just premiered the first track off of the album on Hip Hop DX this past weekend: “Dirts the Boogie,” by the late, great O.D.B.  The cut was recorded along with O.D.B.’s son, Y.D.B. Boy Jones, and can be downloaded via the link below. 


Download O.D.B. & Y.D.B. Boy Jones’ “Dirts The Boogie” from Pollen: The Swarm Part Three [Wu Music Group]:

In speaking about Pollen: The Swarm Part Three, The RZA asserted that, “these tracks are ready to prove to Wutang fans that real Hip Hop is less about the bling and more about expression.”

As previously announced, Wu-Tang Clan will hit the road this summer to perform their notorious 1993 debut Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) live a the 7th annual rap tour Rock the Bells. Additional Wu dates throughout the summer will be announced soon.  The RZA is also scheduled to produce GZA’s Liquid Sword II due to be released by Wu Music Group at the end of the year.


BUY Wu-Tang Clan’s Pollen: The Swarm Part Three [Wu Music Group]:

iTunes, Amazon, emusic, Napster

~ by acidted on June 30, 2010.

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