It's been 25 years since Wu-Tang Clan released Enter the Wu-Tang and now the Staten Island rap group is reflecting on its legacy. Directed by Shomi Patwary, For the Children: 25 Years of Enter the Wu-Tang dissects the origin of the 1993 album and examines its place in hip-hop culture today. The trailer, released today, shows the members of the Wu looking hopeful about their position as hip-hop veterans. "I think that the wick is lit and it's going to continue to burn for generations," says RZA. The trailer includes cameos from A$AP Mob's Rocky and Ferg (he compares the Wu to "hood samurais"), whose crew has drawn comparisons to the iconic rap group. For the Children is set to be released November 9.
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