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This Is the Cast of Hulu's 'Wu-Tang: An American Saga' Series

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There was something undeniably wonderful about the burgeoning '90s hip-hop scene. No, I'm not talking about music from that era through the rose-tinted glasses of nostalgia, it's just straight facts. The number of passionate artists with varying sounds that stood the test of time is staggering, and their contributions to rap are still felt today. One such '90s outfit that was an absolute phenomenon is the Wu-Tang clan. In fact, they're so iconic, Hulu commissioned a series about them.

The band was formed in Staten Island in 1992 by a group of voracious rappers who burst onto the scene with their album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), about a year later. To this day, it's considered one of the greatest rap albums ever conceived. 

There's a reason why Dave Chappelle just shouts Wu-Tang in the middle of his sets. All right, I'm definitely reading too much into it: it's just a hilarious thing to say out of nowhere, but I'd like to think that his commitment to comedic excellence mirrors Wu-Tang's dedication to producing amazing hip-hop tracks.