by Mosi Reeves | April 19, 2013
November 2013 marks the 20th anniversary of the Wu-Tang Clan's Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), and with it comes a new Wu-Tang album, a Wu-Tang appearance at Coachella, and new Wu-Tang solo joints like Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge's just-released Twelve Reasons to Die. It's about to get very Wu up in here, so let's ride the mania by exploring the best of the Wu-Tang affiliates, from close associate and sometime member Cappadonna to the Gravediggaz side project. The brand has spawned so many recordings that even the most devout fans aren't sure of them all, with Killarmy's modest chart hit Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars and Hell Razah's underrated Renaissance Child among the hundred-plus albums (yes, there are that many). Thanks to a swelling cast that includes unsung voices like Streetlife, The Holocaust, NorthStar and Bronze Nazareth, this playlist only scratches the surface of the Wu-Tang netherworld.