This past Saturday (Nov.9), hip-hop heads from all over the planet celebrated the 20th anniversary of Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers, the album that started it all for the Staten Island group of MCs. Their influence on rap can’t be overstated, incorporating kung-fu, 5% slang, and elements of chess into their styles to make for the weirdest, most singular rap group to ever touch the face of the earth.
As the most important group album sto ever drop, we thought it’d be useful to pinpoint the illest verses on each song. Who wins out on “Protect Ya Neck”? Who’s got the better story on “Tearz”? How can you possibly between Rae and INS on “C.R.E.A.M.”?
Read about the best verse from every song on Enter The Wu-Tang to find out.