Wu-Tang Clan celebrated ’36 Chambers’ @ Terminal 5 (pics, setlist)
Wu-Tang Clan played two nights at NYC's Terminal 5 this weekend in celebration of the 25th anniversary of their landmark 1993 album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). While the focus was on 36 Chambers, and with classics like "C.R.E.A.M.," "Clan in Da Front," and "Bring Da Ruckus," tracks from individual members of the group were also performed. Young Dirty Bastard came out for a few of his father's songs, and Method Man brought out Redman at the end of the night. Much of Sunday's crowd came wearing every kind of Wu-Tang gear imaginable, and even more was available at the merch table (including Wu rolling papers).
Funkmaster Flex warmed up the crowd, and before Wu-Tang went on, they played the trailer for RZA's upcoming film, Cut Throat City. Pics from Sunday are in the gallery above -- and Saturday's setlist is below.
In other news: Wu-Tang's docu-series debuts on Showtime this spring.
SETLIST: Wu-Tang Clan @ Terminal 5 1/26/2019 (via)
Bring da Ruckus
Shame on a Nigga
Clan In Da Front
Wu-Tang 7th Chamber
Winter Warz (Ghostface Killah song)
Can It Be All So Simple
Da Mystery of Chessboxin'
Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit
Protect Ya Neck
Duel of the Iron Mic (GZA/Genius song)
Mary Jane (Rick James cover)
Ice Cream (Raekwon song)
4th Chamber (GZA/Genius song)
Fish (Ghostface Killah song)
Grid Iron Rap (Method Man song)
Bring the Pain (Method Man song)
Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Ol’ Dirty Bastard song)
Got Your Money (Ol’ Dirty Bastard song)
Da Rockwilder (Method Man & Redman cover)
photos by Kenneth Bachor