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The entire Wu-Tang clan reunited on 'The Daily Show' and rapped a new song

Aug 07 (TheWrap.com) - Wednesday night's edition of "The Daily Show" was an historic one, and not just because they were able to fit 10 people around Jon Stewart's desk.

The entire Wu-Tang clan reunited on 'The Daily Show' and rapped a new song

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Aug 07 (TheWrap.com) - Wednesday night's edition of “The Daily Show” was an historic one, and not just because they were able to fit 10 people around Jon Stewart‘s desk. 

The show played host to New York's own Wu-Tang Clan, the iconic rap group that has reunited to release a new disc in celebration of its 20th anniversary. All eight living survivors of the group showed up – Ghostface Killah, RZA, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, Method Man, U-God, GZA, and Masta Killa — and spoke about old times and the new music.

Even better, they played two songs: One, the classic “Triumph,” and the other, a new track called “Ron O'Neal.”

Also, newish correspondent Jordan Klepper did a little bit of rapping. 

Evidently, it wasn't the easiest thing in the world to make this reunion happen, but at the end of the day, they still ain't nuthing to f-ck with.

 

 

 

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