Wu-tang Nation 3ft x 5 ft Protest Flag in Black and Gold
Here's a flag for believers in A Wu-Tang Life. They were more than just a rap group. They were a movement that reinvented hip hop rules and slang. For disciples of RZA, GZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killah, and Cappadonna. Everyone flies the BLM flag. Be OG and fly the black and gold Wu-tang Nation flag proudly.
- 36" x 60" for prominent visibility at protests
- Equipped with grommets for mounting and hanging
- 100% polyester knit flag fabric, 90GSM
- Machine wash cold on gentle cycle, mild detergent
- Single sided semitransparent dye sublimation print
- Image on the back side is a mirrored image with 50-60% visibility
- Available within the U.S only at this time
- Free shipping
- This item is a print on demand product
- Flags are printed within 6-8 business days
- Arrives within 9-14 business days
- Email updates provided, tracking number available
A little more back history on the group and why it means so much to fly the flag: Twenty years ago, the Wu-Tang Clan blessed the world with their debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Masterminded by the group’s de facto leader RZA, the album paired grit-sodden, lo-fi production with razor sharp rhyming skills from the nine-man troupe who claimed Shaolin (as they’d re-christened Staten Island) as their fortress. Slang was a staple of their music, wherein members would blend Five Percenter terms, Kung Fu/oriental words, and comic book and street terms to create their own nicknames for actions, people, places and things (such as the christening of Staten Island as "Shaolin Land" and money as "C.R.E.A.M."). RZA noted in The Wu-Tang Manual, that Raekwon was the resident "slang-master" of a great deal of the slang used by the group.
Check out The Wu-Tang Clan Tiny Desk concert archived on NPR. To commemorate the 25 years since the release of the group's landmark album Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The result was an extended, 20-minute medley of songs from across the group's iconic catalog.
And here's a famous line: "I don't know how you all see it, but when it comes to the children, Wu-Tang is for the children. We teach the children. Puffy is good, but Wu-Tang is the best. I want you all to know that this is ODB, and I love you all. Peace!"