Best Wu-Tang Clan Members
The Top Ten
Meth has the best style in the clan and possibly one of the worlds best styles only beat by Biggie Smalls and Eazy-E
he has the best voice and arguably the best flow
Meth have the best deadly rhymes
Method man, a lot of people says that his lyrics are bad but his flow is good. Well If you listen to his first album Tical then you will be proved wrong also to the guy who said Easy-E has better flow you can just go.
GZA had the best Rhymes in Enter The Wu Tang (36 Chambers). Liquid Swords is the best solo Album of the Wu Tang. Only Built 4 Cuban Linx is just more celebrated then Liquid Swords, because it is from the sound Not so dark like Liquid Swords. But GZA has a perfect Flow, perfect rhymes and is a perfect lyricist. Method Man has a groovy Flow but not so good Lyrics like GZA. And the best voice of the Clan has definitely GZA, nobody else has thise dark perfect voice. Hear Liquid Swords and you know who the Best Wu Member is.
GZA is the best lyricist in the Wu easily. "Liquid Swords" is one of the top 5 rap albums of all time.
Meth was the most popular but the best rapper here GZA. Straight up, you gotta look at all the rappers before you make a decision.
Liquid swords is a classic
RZA Might have been the best lyricist, and Raekwon might have had the been the best storyteller and Method Man the best flow. But there's one thing he's right behind all of them in their best fields. And he's also the most consistent among all of them. Time has told who the best member is
He is the closest lyrically to GZA and as good as a storyteller as Raekwon and is one of the most consistent rappers ever he is an absolute legend and should definitely be number 1
Clearly the best, best discography and it's not even close, amazing story teller and ill flows and only 1 with 3 classics
Ghostface Killah isn't just the best in Wu Tang, but top 10 in all of hip hop
Raekwon for sure. He is really good and has the best flow and voice. In lyrics ill give that to Gza.
Sound quality. Lyrics. Style and energy. Hands down one of the greatest mc in hip hop. One person other rappers would love to collaborate with more then the other wu tang members
Rae, INS, Meth, Ghost, RZA, GZA, ODB, U-God, Masta Killa
The most underrated of the crew he has great lyrical ability and his flow is almost unmatched
He always set the tone. No one could compare. Method Man came close but couldn't compare
Some of the greatest verses of all-time came from him
Best verses on the best wu tang songs!
This one was difficult, but I simply had to pick the RZA, the man who formed the clan with the greats we know and kinda love, which is basically a way of saying "I can't decide"
Lyricism; GZA hits the checkmate, sorry Ghost
Storytelling: Ghost scores a home run with this one, simply too obvious
Flow: Meth barely just edges it over Ghost
Originality: ODB, hands down
Importance: Coin toss between Rae and the Inspectah, they are regulars amongst the Wu's finest work
Overall: The RZA, cause he was the one who took these guys along for the ride, though Meth could have somehow entered the game through Redman, it wouldn't have been the same without The RZA, sorry Ghost
The RZA himself:
RZA is very similar to Dr Dre and Kanye West, though his flow is awkward, his lyrics are sometimes on-point, he makes for a pretty interesting experience despite being the 6th or 7th strongest rapper outta the 10 main rappers in the Wu
The producer and basically the leadman for the group
Lyrically he's not my favorite but his beats are unmatched.
Unmatched raw style that brought the roughness to the clan, great lyricist, unmatchable flow (except by maybe Meth) one of the great producers ever, the leader of the wu-tang clan. Only Method Man and Gza come close to what Rza has acheived
He had a weird style and he wasnt the most lyrical but he had a really good flow and was kinda like flava flav if flav had some actual skill
He was a unique guy. And downright funny. Getting the impression he could make somebody laugh who is usually serious.
By far the most unique rapper ever
More of a personality than an emcee
The most unknown of the entire crew he has a nice smooth flow and lyrical talent
He has this sort of mellow but tough prominent voice that fits in well with his fellow Wu-Tang.
His first solo album is pretty good and he is kinda underrated.