Wu-Tang Clan in the Park!
Posted by Ágnes Taraszovics · Jun 23, 2015

One of the most outstanding representative of modern hip-hop strikes Hungary again, and after the show at Balaton Sound 2013 they show what they know on the main stage of Budapest Park.

And that is the news of the day, because Wu-Tang Clan Formation founded in 1992 is unquestionably enthroned the Hall of Fame of the genre. That took 20 years, countless albums and concerts, rap hits rich in outspoken phrases, but now it is an unalterable fact. Some members of the New York team has already honored the Hungarian home crowd by his presence in the previous years, but this time they all will be (Method Man, RZA, GZA, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa and Cappadonna) on the stage of Budapest Park to give us a lesson from everyday life of the East Coast, within the framework of an incredible party.


In recent years, the happenings started spinning fast around the band, in the center of their most recent studio album released after seven years: the Better Toworrow. This brought the company back together, although the members hadn’t been idle during these seven years. They participated in such high-profile, highly publicized projects, such as Once Upon A Time In Shaolin album, which has displayed only in one copy, and which is closed for commercial purposes for 88 years.

But the different recreational and solo projects never were able to distract attention from the magnitude of the collective effort of the team, not even now, when the members are already over forty. Make sure together how gratifying this is on July 7 in Budapest Park.

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