Best Wu-Tang Clan SongsA list of all the best Wu Tang Clan songs, whether it be solo or as a group.
The Top Ten
This song is a 100/100 It's simply a good masterpiece. This song will be always on my rappa' heart-
This song has had an enduring influence on rappers. Method Man's hook, "Cash rules everything around me, C.R.E.A.M., Get the money; dollar, dollar bill, y'all," and other references pop up in countless rap songs. Everyone from The Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac to Kanye West, Nas, and Drake have incorporated send-ups to the song on their own tracks. Eminem also included it on the soundtrack to this 2002 film, 8 Mile.
Classic stuff, pure money machine but good keeped on its time. The good times flyed away but this song will always remind me of them!
Cash rules everything around me.
This blast of hardcore hip-hop was the first Wu-Tang Clan release. The Staten Island group financed the recording themselves and pressed a 12" single containing three versions of this song and a vocal and instrumental version of "After The Laughter Comes Tears" as the B-side. They also took care of distribution (bringing the single to local record shops and selling out of cars) and promotion (hitting up local clubs and radio stations) on their own. Their plan worked, and this DIY underground success gave the act instant credibility, as it was clear that these guys were real hustlers who lived their lyrics, and not a burnished record company creation. Major labels came calling, and the group signed with RCA subsidiary Loud Records in a deal that included an unusual clause: all members were free to pursue solo careers outside of the label.
LYRICALLY SPEAKING one of the best hip-hop songs of all time, raekwon and inspectah deck were ' killers in that track.
No chorus line, just 5 clean minutes of raw rapping. Excellent.
Lyrically godlike and catchy as hell
The group is from Staten Island, which among the five boroughs of New York City, had been underrepresented in hip-hop. The group sometimes refer to it as "Shaolin" Island, a reference to the Shaolin style of martial arts. One of the most greater Japanese Beats in Hip hop & rap.
This song is so hard wow I don't really know wu tang but this song is awesome
Beast song... So underrated
One of the best songs in 90's Rap
"Triumph" is a song by American hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan, from their 1997 album Wu-Tang Forever. It was released as the lead single from the album in February 1997. The song does not have a chorus, instead, solely consisting of an intro and interlude by Ol' Dirty Bastard and verses from the other eight Wu-Tang members and associate (and future member) Cappadonna. It is the only Wu-Tang song featuring all members.
My all time favorite Wu Tang song the beat was absolutely filthy and the flows were awesome
Hardest lines combined with the best flow.
Better than Triump at least this song should be Number #3 it's amazingly calming.
This song it's the best hit that Wu-Tang Clan maked in all their career
Thi most relaxing Wu-Tang Clan song
The track it's just mindblowing in his way to calm listeners.
This song is the real reason by way Method Man is so famous
The only good Wu-Tang's song
Are you sure about that, because like everything off of their first album is good. - EvanWellens
Good rappin' style baby!
Sick beat and method man kills it
I'm surprised this song has flown under so many people's radar. It's like just under three minutes long. Go listen to it!
¡¡Most Catchy Wu-Tang Clan Song!
Nothing gets me going like that bass drop.
Wu-Tang slang gonna leave ya headpiece hanging!
I love the lyric style, goes different to the rest.
A timeless classic.
Good great song
RZA at his finest! 2 emotional stories told by the rapping gods RZA and Ghostface
RZA's best verse of his entire career and my favourite song off 36 chambers!
Stills a fantastic song, with a fantastic beat.
Nothing speaks louder and goes harder than winter warz
Cappadona kills it with his verse
Sick sample, nice flow, one of the best song by wu-tang!
I put this at 2nd, putting a Better Tommorow above it. GZA’s opening with ‘for metaphorical parables to fertilise the earth’ and the in depth is so cool. And not to say Iron Lung who said ‘is it appetite for destruction...’ it’s just the most catchy thing I’ve heard all day
It's a pretty good song in my opinion, this does a 80% of the things correct!
Better than Think Differently,Duel of the Iron Mic, Reunited, Jah World, Ice Cream, Winter Warz, Bring Da Pain: Even Tearz and Verbal Intercourse : This song just needs to be in the Top 10 I feel it could fit better wit
Underrated as hell