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Wu-Syndicate

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Album Review

Wu-Syndicate is a Wu-Tang-related album minus the production talents of main man RZA (credited here as executive producer). Produced by newcomers DJ Devastator, Tata, Dred, and Mathematics, Wu-Syndicate is far from the worst Wu-Tang cash-in, in part because the productions occasionally transcend the trademarked Wu sound. While rappers Myalansky and Joe Mafia are cartoonish gangsters closer in concept to the 1930s than the gangsta '90s (similar to No Limit's Gambino Family), tracks like "Pointin' Fingers," "Ghetto Syringe," and "Muzzle Toe" are well-produced and even superior to several tracks from the latest "real" Wu-Tang Clan album, Forever.

Biography

Formed: Virginia Beach, VA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

Unofficially considered the southern representatives of Wu-Tang Clan, Wu-Syndicate wasn't always associated with the legendary New York crew. In fact, Joe Mafia, Myalansky, and Napoleon were originally known as the Crime Syndicate, a Mafia-themed group who formed in Virginia Beach at the beginning of the '90s. They became friends with Wu-Tang Clan soon after, when both were signed to the independent Slot Time Records. When Wu came to visit the label's headquarters in Virginia Beach, the two crews...
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