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About Killa Beez

A lengthy roster, including the Wu-Tang Clan and their large extended family, the Killa Beez (aka Wu-Tang Killa Bees) first emerged in 1998 with "The Swarm." In early 2002, they unleashed Volume 2, "The Sting," featuring longtime compadres like Killarmy, Shyheim, and West Coast brethren Black Knights, among others. Sonic mastermind RZA produces most of the tracks, including some choice joints featuring ODB, Lord Superb, and his futuristic alter-ego Bobby Digital. Perfect for heads who can't get enough of the Shaolin steez.

Listen toKilla Beezon Rhapsody

A lengthy roster, including the Wu-Tang Clan and their large extended family, the Killa Beez (aka Wu-Tang Killa Bees) first emerged in 1998 with "The Swarm." In early 2002, they unleashed Volume 2, "The Sting," featuring longtime compadres like Killarmy, Shyheim, and West Coast brethren Black Knights, among others. Sonic mastermind RZA produces most of the tracks, including some choice joints featuring ODB, Lord Superb, and his futuristic alter-ego Bobby Digital. Perfect for heads who can't get enough of the Shaolin steez.

About Killa Beez

A lengthy roster, including the Wu-Tang Clan and their large extended family, the Killa Beez (aka Wu-Tang Killa Bees) first emerged in 1998 with "The Swarm." In early 2002, they unleashed Volume 2, "The Sting," featuring longtime compadres like Killarmy, Shyheim, and West Coast brethren Black Knights, among others. Sonic mastermind RZA produces most of the tracks, including some choice joints featuring ODB, Lord Superb, and his futuristic alter-ego Bobby Digital. Perfect for heads who can't get enough of the Shaolin steez.

About Killa Beez

A lengthy roster, including the Wu-Tang Clan and their large extended family, the Killa Beez (aka Wu-Tang Killa Bees) first emerged in 1998 with "The Swarm." In early 2002, they unleashed Volume 2, "The Sting," featuring longtime compadres like Killarmy, Shyheim, and West Coast brethren Black Knights, among others. Sonic mastermind RZA produces most of the tracks, including some choice joints featuring ODB, Lord Superb, and his futuristic alter-ego Bobby Digital. Perfect for heads who can't get enough of the Shaolin steez.