List of Wu-Tang Clan affiliates
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The following is a list of Wu-Tang Clan associated acts, known as Killa Beez and Wu Fam. They are at times directly funded, supported, or produced by Clan members, are formed as extension groups originating from Clan members, or close to The Clan. The list is ever growing, but there remains a basis of sound and content musically common amongst the vast majority.
- 1 Groups
- 1.1 A.I.G.
- 1.2 Almighty
- 1.3 American Cream Team
- 1.4 Ancient Coins
- 1.5 Black Knights
- 1.6 Black Market Militia
- 1.7 Brooklyn Zu
- 1.8 C.C.F. Division
- 1.9 Da Manchuz
- 1.10 Deadly Venoms
- 1.11 GP Wu
- 1.12 Wu-tang/Harlem 6
- 1.13 Hillside Scramblers
- 1.14 House Gang
- 1.15 Ice Water Inc.
- 1.16 Illuminati Network
- 1.17 K.G.B.
- 1.18 Killarmy
- 1.19 M.M.O.
- 1.20 Maccabeez
- 1.21 Northstar
- 1.22 Orphanage
- 1.23 The Unknown
- 1.24 Royal Fam
- 1.25 Sunz of Man
- 1.26 Team Napalm
- 1.27 Tha Beggas
- 1.28 Theodore Unit
- 1.29 T.H.U.G. Angels
- 1.30 T.M.F.
- 1.31 Two On Da Road
- 1.32 Wisemen
- 1.33 Wu-Latino
- 1.34 Wu South
- 1.35 Wu-Syndicate
- 1.36 Zu Ninjaz
- 2 Rappers
- 2.1 12 O'Clock
- 2.2 9th Prince
- 2.3 Armel
- 2.4 Beretta 9
- 2.5 Black Jesus
- 2.6 Buddha Monk
- 2.7 Bronze Nazareth
- 2.8 Cappadonna
- 2.9 Cilvaringz
- 2.10 Darkim Be Allah
- 2.11 Dom Pachino
- 2.12 Dreddy Krueger
- 2.13 Free Murda
- 2.14 Hanz On
- 2.15 Hell Razah
- 2.16 Intell
- 2.17 Islord
- 2.18 JoJo Pellegrino
- 2.19 Killa Sin
- 2.20 Killah Priest
- 2.21 King Just
- 2.22 La the Darkman
- 2.23 Lord Superb
- 2.24 Lounge Lo
- 2.25 Maddam Scheez
- 2.26 Popa Wu
- 2.27 Prodigal Sunn
- 2.28 Remedy
- 2.29 Shabazz the Disciple
- 2.30 Shyheim
- 2.31 Silkski
- 2.32 Solomon Childs
- 2.33 Streetlife
- 2.34 Sun God
- 2.35 Timbo King
- 2.36 Warcloud
- 2.37 Young Justice
- 2.38 Young Dirty Bastard
- 3 Singers
- 4 Producers
- 4.1 4th Disciple
- 4.2 Arabian Knight
- 4.3 Big Deal aka Djehwti Awsar El / Khemwest
- 4.4 Bronze Nazareth
- 4.5 Cilvaringz
- 4.6 DJ Ace Nyc
- 4.7 Falling Down
- 4.8 J-Love
- 4.9 John the Baptist
- 4.10 Mathematics
- 4.11 Moongod Allah
- 4.12 Rocks The World
- 4.13 RNS
- 4.14 Su-Preme
- 4.15 True Master
- 4.16 Y-Kim the Illfigure
- 5 References
A.I.G. is a duo composed of Allah Wise (aka The Wizard), and Darkim Be Allah. The group, whose name stands for "Allah Is God", debuted on the Wu-Tang Killa Bees: The Swarm compilation with the track "Bronx War Stories". An album titled Retaliation Strike was completed but was never released, a situation which eventually caused the group to leave the Wu-Tang stable and pursue an independent route, though they remain on good terms with the collective. They finally released their debut Fame Labs Presents in 2005. Stefano and Mike joined the group in 2011 as interns, but quickly escalated to the top with songs accounting for their daily trials and tribulations as interns. In 2012, Stefano and Mike were formally offered to continue their careers at A.I.G. on a full-time basis.
American Cream Team
A group started in 1999 and mentored by Oli "Power" Grant and Raekwon consisting of Chip Banks (died 2000), Polite (who would join Rae's second group Ice Water Inc.), Lord Superb (who was featured on Rae and Ghost albums), Twiz (who would later become part of Ghost's Theodore Unit), Triflyn, and RhymeRecka. Raekwon featured American Cream Team on two songs on his second album Immobilarity and much of that album was produced by Triflyn. They were notably a clan member's first offspring crew. The group also made several appearances on mixtapes and compilations, including a track titled "It's Not A Game" on the soundtrack to the film Black and White which was played over the film's credits, and a track on Funkmaster Flex's The Mix Tape, Vol. III mixtape. Members of the group also made appearances on albums by Rae's fellow Clansmen Ghostface Killah's Supreme Clientele. In fact, after 50 Cent dissed the Wu, along with others, on his infamous track "How to Rob", it was Polite and Lord Superb of Cream Team to respond with a track called "Who the Fuck is 50 Cent?" followed by Raekwon's Clyde Smith skit off of Ghostface's album. After the loss of member Chip Banks in a 2000 shooting, the group split up. Like many Wu affiliates, American Cream Team completed an album but it has never been released (the album was even advertised in the liner notes of other Wu-Tang releases). Since then, Lord Superb & Twiz have been incarcerated, though both were finally able to release a few official mixtapes. Rhyme Recka continues to record solo material and released an album titled The Autobiography of Rapper X in 2008.
A group which consists of Armel, Got Flow, High Price, J.R. Spoons, Spanky Splash, Destroya and Holy Smokes. Released the Who Got Change? EP on the MP3.com website in 2000.
One of the many Wu-affiliates to debut on the Wu-Tang Killa Bees: The Swarm compilation, this Californian group was originally associated with the group North Star (also from California) with whom they recorded as Black Knights Of The North Star. However, the groups have since separated. The group originally consisted of Crisis (The Sharp Shoota), Doc Doom, The Rugged Monk and Holocaust, however Holocaust has since left the group to concentrate on his solo recordings (he has also changed his name to Warcloud). In 2001, the Black Knights released their debut album in only promo formEvery Night Is A Black Knight with limited distribution, and also reunited with North Star for the closing song (titled "Black Knights Of The North Star") on North Star's debut album. In 2005, they re-released their debut to worldwide distribution through CHAMBERMUSIK.Com. Member Doc Doom was shot and killed in Compton CA on February 11, 2007. A compilation album of old and new material appeared in 2010. Their song "Caught up" was in the 2007 anime TV series Afro Samurai in episode 3 with slightly different beats & added violin than the original mix.
Black Knights (Rugged Monk, Crisis Tha Sharpshoota) are currently releasing a trio of albums all produced by John Frusciante in 2012 & 2013, The Medieval Chamber (January 14, 2014), The Almighty (July 2014), and TBA (December 2014).
Black Market Militia
A group closely affiliated with Ol' Dirty Bastard. The group is made up of rappers Merdoc, Raison the Zoo Keeper, 12 O'Clock, Buddha Monk, and Shorty Shitstain. They released an album in 2008 titled Chamber #9, Verse 32.
A group affiliated with Buddha Monk and Brooklyn Zu. The group is composed of Drunken Dragon, Espionage, War, Babyface Fensta, Chilli Black, Lee-Major, G-Note$, Professor King Bean, and Born U Majesty. They released one album, Manchuz Destiny, in 2007.
First Album release "Revelation 14:1" featuring RZA, Swizz Beats, DMX, Treach. Produced by Djehwti Awsar El and Sourface
A group affiliated with U-God. Original members were King Just, Leatha Face, Inf-Black, Kawz, Desert Eagle, Black Ice & singer Autumn Rae. Members now consist of Leatha Face, Inf-Black, Kawz, & Desert Eagle. Released their debut album, U-Godzilla Presents The Hillside Scramblers, in 2004. Leatha Face released his debut mixtape Dog Will Hunt through Chambermusik and is working on his debut album. A second Hillside Scramblers album has been planned also.
A group affiliated with Inspectah Deck and made up of rappers D.C., La Banga,, P.C., and Carlton Fisk. They released one project in 2004 titled UndaDogz Vol. 1: House Gang Animalz and have appeared on other mixtapes including the "Back to Sicily" mixtape of Hanz collectively in 2012.
Ice Water Inc.
A group consisting of Cigar, Polite (formerly of American Cream Team), Stumik and P.C. (of House Gang). They were featured on Raekwon's third album, The Lex Diamond Story. Raekwon unveiled their debut album from Ice Water Polluted Water via Babygrande Records in 2007. The album featured guest appearances from Wu members Raekwon and Method Man, as well as other appearances from Busta Rhymes, DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia, Pimp C, Rick Ross, Jagged Edge, and Remy Ma. Although Cigar left the group for unknown reasons, he was replaced by D.C. (also of House Gang), and the crew has since grown to include Hanz On, who released a diss track to Joe Budden and his crew after the collective altercation that went down years ago. They are further featured on the Raekwon compilation release Raekwon: Babygrande Recordings of 2009 but of material from their debut.
K.G.B. (short for Klik Ga Bow) is a group made up of rappers Asiatic, Ill Knob, Raheem, and DJ Kin. They released a few singles and appeared on songs by other Wu-Tang affiliates.
Wu-Tang affiliated group made up of rappers Bam-Bam, Itchy Fingas Sha, Trigg-nomm, Pearl Handles, and Naisha. They released their first album All About the Money in 2003.
Killah Priest's group who were introduced and featured heavily on his second album View From Masada. Originally composed of Killah Priest, Daddy Rose and Salahudin, the group is now composed of Killah Prist, Timbo King, and Hell Razah. Hot Flamez who is now known as Hah Flamez is also a close affiliate of the group.
A group consisting of Christ Bearer and Meko The Pharaoh. Used to record with fellow Californian group Black Knights as Black Knights Of The North Star, and indeed the two groups were initially signed by RZA as such to Wu-Tang Records. The groups have since split into two separate units, and Northstar released their debut album in 2003, titled Bobby Digital Presents Northstar, which also featured a reunion with Black Knights on the closing song "Black Knights Of The North Star". Their second album West Coast Killa Beez was released in 2005. A third album followed in 2008. Re-releases have appeared. They began introducing their own sub groups in 2011.
A group consisting of members 4th Disciple, Beretta 9, Lord Superb, associate of Rae and Ghost, and ShoGun Assason. Not to be confused with the underground group associated with Definitive Jux and Rhymesayers Entertainment.
Sunz of Man
Dom Pachino's side group. Roster is constantly changing, initially consisted of Infinite, and then Chapelz, NLZ and C-4. As of 2011, current members of Napalm are Dom Pachino, Bugsy Da God, and Chapelz. In 2007, Dom Pachino formed a new production company called Warface Music, with members consisting of Dom Pachino, Bugsy Da God, Chapelz & Jewels Polaar.
Washington DC natives Tha Beggas, at times confused with the spelling The Beggaz is a HIP HOP group who was featured on The Swarm album on a song called On The Strength. The group consisted of members: Long Axe, Dragonfly, Mega Soul, Scorpion, Samo Heung, Begga Ooh, Bolo Gah, Buda Love, Jim Kelly, Majik Sword, Yukon Black and Father Lord (RIP). Before Lord's death, he worked on 2 unreleased songs "Get Something" & "Deadly Act" (featuring Prince Hasaan) and his alias is Wu-Chi and killed in a car accident on June 13, 1997. After the death of Father Lord, the group split up and eventually went with names like Black Lotus & Hidden Aspects with some tending to their own solo projects. The producer of On the Strength who was King Cee - Bolo Gah along with Begga Ooh managed to get a project called Blood Sweat and Years formulated which may be the closest to a solid Begga Album release. Please like their Facebook page to get up to date info on this group.
Mentored by Ghostface Killah, the group consisted of Trife Da God, Tommy Whispers and Kryme Life. Kryme Life and Trife are members of Ghostface's group Theodore Unit, which effectively superseded T.M.F. They have continued to record in couples and as solo artists.
Two On Da Road
This is a Latino collective composed of the group Los Yo Yais and artists Ramses, Choco, and Impetus. They specialize in reggeaton and Latino Hip-Hop.
A loosely knit collective including Ratched Rush from Baltimore brought together by frontman Cappadonna, the crew has released two mixtapes, "Wu South Vl." (2005) and "Wu South Vl.2" (2009).
An Ol' Dirty Bastard affiliated group composed of 5 Foot Sniper, Black Lantern, Celo, D.L., Hook Ninja, K-Blunt, Ninja Scroll, Popa Chief, Rambo, Raw, and Shaheed. The group released their first album Now Justice in 2005.
Along with 4th Disciple and others, 12 O'Clock is one of the Wu affiliates whose connections to the group go back to before their fame, and he is in fact Ol' Dirty Bastard's cousin. He assisted behind the scenes in the making of the Clan's debut album and has made a few guest appearances on Wu-related albums since, including on the Clan's group album Iron Flag in 2001. His duet with Raekwon, "Nasty Immigrants", was on the soundtrack to the film Nutty Professor in 1996. Member of the Brooklyn Zu clique and also makes up half the duo 2 On The Road with Prodigal Sunn. Birth name D. Turner, also known as Billy Box. Appears On: "Protect Ya Neck II: The Zoo", Ol' Dirty Bastard, Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version (1995); "Wu Blood-Kin", La The Darkman, Heist Of The Century (1998); "Ghetto Syringe", Wu-Syndicate, Wu-Syndicate (1999); "Chrome Wheels", Wu-Tang Clan, Iron Flag (2001); "Rough Cut", GZA, Legend of the Liquid Sword (2003); "It's My Life" & "Manhunt", Prodigal Sunn Return of the Prodigal Sunn (2005) and Bronze Nazareth's "The Great Migration".. He plans to work on an album "Next Generation Of The Zu" coming soon.
Armel is a member of Ancient Coins, A&R and The Cra-Z 88z. He is signed to GZA's small label Liquid Swords Entertainment. He made his first high-profile appearance on the track "Rough Cut" on GZA's album Legend of the Liquid Sword in 2002. He has since formed the group A&R with Sharecka of Royal Fam. He released Armel presents Ancient Coins in 2003.
Member of Brooklyn Zu ZU BULLIEZ who has worked prolifically as a rapper and producer for Wu-Tang affiliates including Da Manchuz and Zu Ninjaz hard hittin ent juda priest busta rhymes and many more . Buddha Monk has released 13 projects between 1998 and 2013 and maybe even more.
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Darkim Be Allah
Formed A.I.G. with AllahWise and dropped their self-titled debut-album in 2005 on Fame Labs Records. Mostly known for producing RZA solo song from The Gravediggaz album The Pick, The Sickle & The Shovelin 1997. In 2000 he released an 8-track EP called Live at the Lab: Take 1 through mp3.com. 2008 saw Fame Labs release The Manhattan Project, a compilation which heavily featured Darkim Be Allah. Live At The Lab: Take 2 is a 15-track album produced by Darkim and featuring various members of the Fame Labs crew including AllahWise, 36Zero and Darkim himself.
Birth name James Dockery. Affiliated at one time with both United Kingdom and Royal Fam but now virtually retired from rapping, concentrating his attention on being the A&R for most Wu-Tang members. Heavily involved with the Wu-Tang's business and promotion, while running his own label Think Differently Music. Think Differently released the compilation Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture in 2005, which featured Wu-Tang members and affiliates collaborating with well-known independent/underground hip hop artists to big independent success. They further released a double disc album Wu-Tang The Lost Anthology in 2007. He continued to work for compilation and side projects under the Wu's greater team. His name is derived from the horror film legend Freddy Krueger.
The son of Popa Wu and cousin of ol dirty bastard RZA and GZA. He debuted in 1999 on Popa Wu's Visions of the 10th Chamber with his partner Shacronz as the Cuffie Crime Family or 'CCF Division', He also appeared on the 2008 sequel Popa Wu's Visions of the 10th Chamber part II.Free Murda and Shacronz also featured on the Wu-Tang Killa Beez 2002 album The Sting ("Hatin' Don't Pay"), RZA's album Birth of a Prince ("We Pop", "The Drop Off" and "Wherever I Go") Prodigal Sunn's 2005 album Return Of The Prodigal Sunn, and Think Differently's 2005 release Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture ("Cars On The Interstate"). Free Murda also appears on the Derailed Original Soundtrack ("Really Want None"), Cappadonna's album The Yin & The Yang ("Revenge"), Northstar's self-titled album ("We Got It" and "See Me"), and furthermore[when?] on Masta Killa's Made In Brooklyn on the track "East MCs". He released his debut solo album, Let Freedom Reign in 2007 on Cleopatra Records.
Born Dontae Hawkings, Intell (stylized as iNTeLL) is the son of U-God and nephew of Method Man. He has released several mixtapes.
Italian-American MC from Staten Island, Pellegrino made major underground headway for his blunt style and word play. He caught the attention of various heads in the early 2000s, particularly that of Chris Lighty, to then sign with Violator Management. With the fall of Loud Records, however, his album was shelved in 2001, Forgetaboutit (though it can now be found online). He released material on mixtapes and features having recorded with the likes Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, and Method Man. After putting together his own label, the album Flawless - Machine Gun Pelly, with singles and videos coming out in 2011 began to emerge marking his return after a long hiatus.
Born Adrian Angevin, King Just was a member of the Shaolin Soldiers (Profes, Leatha Face, Star & Mega Don) who originated from Park Hill section of Staten Island. His debut album is named Mystics of the God. He released projects with the Hillside Scramblers and the outfit.[clarification needed]
La the Darkman
Originally a member of Raekwon's Cream Team, he became close with Ghostface Killah and his Theodore crew, as well. He appeared on Rae and Ghost albums, standing out particularly in Supreme Clientele. He has since cut ties with the Wu, and served time in jail. He has brashly stated that he gave Ghost his style, and felt abandoned when Rae's Cream Team came to an end. He has since released official mixtapes.
An Othorized F.A.M. MC whose other names are Lounge Mode or Lounger was formally signed to Code Red Entertainment. Lounge has been connected with the Wu since their very beginning his earliest reference was on GZA's "Pass The Bone". He appears numerous times on his older brother Cappadonna's albums.
Female MC from South Cali who first came to light on "Digital Bullet". She is closely linked with the Westcoast Killa Beez (Black Knights & Northstar) and Deadly Venoms, and was set to be the fifth member of the group Deadly Venoms. She hosted an underground hip hop show named "Ground Zero" in LA for a while.
The father of Wu-offshoots ShaCronz and Free Murda and an expert on the philosophy of the Five Percent Nation, Popa Wu can be heard giving teachings on Wu-Tang tracks such as "North Star" (Raekwon), "Black Jesus", "All That I Got Is You" (Ghostface Killah), "The Blessing", and "Wu-Revolution". He released a solo album titled Visions Of The 10th Chamber in 2000, which was effectively a compilation of Wu-affiliated artists (including La the Darkman, Method Man, & Ol' Dirty Bastard) with regular interjections from Popa Wu himself. In 2008 He released Visions of the 10th Chamber part II, a second compilation composed of a big collection of artists with Dj Nino Carta and Dlah. Popa Wu was featured on "Older Gods pt.2" from Masta Killa's second LP, Made in Brooklyn and on the track "Return of the North Star" from Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt. II. Also goes by the righteous name of Freedom Allah. At the public premiere of Wu: The Story of the Wu-Tang in NYC, he mentioned that he is planning to publish a book.
Shabazz the Disciple
Solomon Child is a Staten Island artist closely associated with various members of the Wu. Backed by the RZA in combination with his brother Divine(CEO)of Wu Music Group. He released his debut album entitled The Voice of the People in 2009. A close associate of Cappadonna and Remedy, he was once part of Theodore Unit before going completely solo. He originally rapped under the moniker, Killa Bamz, and has continued releasing albums with features by numerous affiliates, as well as forming his own label.
He is Ghostface Killah's eldest son, he made his debut on Put it on the Line in 2005. he appears twice on his album More Fish in "Miguel Sanchez" and "Street Opera". He also appears on "Yapp City" and "Paisely Darts" from Ghost's album The Big Doe Rehab, "Man Up" on Put it on the Line, "Dogs Of War" on Fishscale and "Gunshowers" on the Wu-Massacre album. He is signed to Starks Enterprises, his father's label.
Born Timothy Drayton (March 26, 1973) in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York. Timbo King is the best-known member and leader of Royal Fam. Released an EP titled United We Slam in 1994 with producer Spark 950 as an early form of Royal Fam. Formed the group 56 Platoon in 2005, along with some other ex-Royal Fam members. Has his own label, Fortknox. He released an album, From Babylon to Timbuk2, in 2011 largely produced by Bronze Nazareth.[dated info]
Timbo King can be seen in the Forrest Whitaker film Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai in the cypher in the park scene over the instrumental to "Ice Cream" with the lines "jumpin sharp fences, dodging police radar sensors, Ninja's wit Monkey wrenches, plus gun-shot wounds from nine inches". In 2013 he founded "The Kraftsmen", a hip-hop and rock band with French artists, Soulstreet and Adikson.
He is related to Flavor Flav.
Born Anthony Creston Brown, Warcloud is a west coast Wu-Tang Clan affiliate and former member of the group Black Knights (when he was known as Holocaust, the Sign of Hell's Winter). He is also known by the aliases Alcatraz and Robot Tank. He has released four albums to date: Nightmares That Surface from Shallow Sleep, Smuggling Booze in the Graveyard, Blue Sky Black Death Presents: The Holocaust in collaboration with production duo Blue Sky Black Death, and Theatre of Pain, in collaboration with American Poets 2099.
GZA's teenage son, he first appeared on the intro to his father's Legend of the Liquid Sword album and then released a cover of his father's "Killa Hills 10304". Also appears, with Lord Jamar's and Ol' Dirty Bastard's sons, on Lord Jamar's The 5% Album. Signed to Liquid Swords Entertainment and hoping to release an album soon, he is currently pursuing an education.
Young Dirty Bastard
Young Dirty Bastard is Ol' Dirty Bastard's eldest son and is also known as Boy Jones. He toured with the Clan during their 2007 tours. Under the guidance of his uncle, the RZA, he has already recorded up to a thousand songs carrying on his father's legacy. He was also featured on Brand Nubian member Lord Jamar's solo debut solo album The 5% Album, on the track "Young Godz", together with GZA's son Young Justice and Lord Jamar's son Young Lord. Young Dirty Bastard released his first album in 2011 entitled Food Stamp Celebrity Vol. 1. He also released his single "Welfare" on November 15, 2011, what would've been his father's 43rd birthday. He continues to tour with the Wu-Tang Clan, often rapping his father's lyrics on their songs.
Al Green-style singer who was featured on RZA's Birth of a Prince. He has made appearances on Ghostface Killah's The Pretty Toney Album, Masta Killa's debut No Said Date as well as both Mathematics albums. He released his mixtape Real Estate in 2005 through CHAMBERMUSIK.
Suga Bang Bang
Reggae artist who appeared on the Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai - The Album compilation and is affiliated with the new United Kingdom clique. Performed the chorus of "In the Hood" from the Wu-Tang Clan's Iron Flag album. He was on "Cameo Afro" with Big Daddy Kane & GZA from The RZA Presents: Afro Samurai OST. Is featured on the track "Cold Outside" on Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt. II.
Female vocalist first heard on Wu-Tang Forever. Has also appeared on RZA's Bobby Digital project.
The Los Angeles based "future soul" group Stone Mecca is a part of the Wu-Tang Family. The group consists of founder/producer Tru James, Princess Tre Azure, The Countess Adrienne King, Prince Super Day aka Inglewood Green, and Sir Joseph on guitar. Stone Mecca has made recent contributions to the RZA's Digi Snacks album and accompanied RZA on the Summer 2008 Digi Snacks US/Canada Tour. They were last featured on the Afro Samurai & Afro Samurai Resurrection soundtracks.
Model, actress and musician (sings and raps) who was discovered by Berretta 9 aka Kinetic Of Killarmy and featured heavily on the Orphanage project, later introduced to the RZA around the recording of Iron flag album. The RZA used her on the Birth Of A Prince album and the rest was history. Signed a production deal with the Wu and currently working on an album.
Thea Van Seijen
Thea Van Seijen is a Dutch vocalist affiliated with RZA and can be heard on many of his albums and soundtracks.
A solo artist affiliated with Sunz of Man. Her first collaboration was with Sunz of Man on the Five Deadly Venom mixtape called We Can't Be Touched, produced by Ray Rolls and Tony Touch. Other tracks include "Fire" with Royal Fam, produced by Arabian Knight, and "Doing Our Thang" produced by Joe Loopz on Sunz of Man's album. She was asked by RZA to work with Tekitha and other female singers affiliated with Wu-Tang to work on a "Black Shampoo Project", but nothing ever materialized. She has recorded three projects: E.A.R.T.H. P.O.W.E.R. (2004), Balance (2005), and Throwback Classics (2005).
Big Deal aka Djehwti Awsar El / Khemwest
Big Deal/Righteous Born aka Djehwti Awsar El (Jah-whotie Uhsar El) has produced tracks for many established names including Havoc, Sade, Onyx, Black Rob, Ice-T, Guru of GangStarr, Lil Kim, Diddy, Timbo King, Killah Priest and others. Is a member of the group Wu-Tang/Harlem 6.
DJ Ace Nyc
Official DJ to Prodigal Sunn of the Wu Tang Clan affiliate group Sunz Of Man, and international club DJ, producer, and remixer of both EDM & Hip-Hop. Also known as the "Ladies Favorite Most Hated" (#LFMH).
Close producer of Killarmy, including individual members 9th Prince and Dom Pachino, he has also produced with Inspectah Deck, Solomons Childs, Polite, and Kool G Rap. He is something of a 4th Disciple student, so to say, though not much is known about him. Had once been proposed to sign as a Wu Element, but cordially turned the proposition down. He remained close with various affiliates, and while being able to expand to other artists, as well. He has released various compilation albums to date.
The self-proclaimed "King of Mixtapes", he is responsible for most of the Wu-Tang affiliated mixtapes and is the official tour DJ for Ghostface Killah.
John the Baptist
Closely associated with Cilvaringz, he produced tracks like "Wu-Tang Martial Expert" and "Valentine's Day Massacre".
Rocks The World
Production group consisting of Russ Prez, Smokin' Joe, and Storm. The group produced music for a variety of Wu-Tang affiliates, primarily those from Protect Ya Neck Records.
Producer whose works include tracks by Shyheim, GP Wu, King Just, Pop da Brown Hornet, and the Gravediggaz. RNS is credited as the one who taught The RZA the art of production. Has been keeping a low profile out of the Wu for a while now and extended his work into mixing and engineering.
Y-Kim the Illfigure
He was the primary producer for the Killa Beez group, Royal Fam, Y-Kim achieved a cult-following among Wu-Tang fans. He produced the majority of the Royal Fam's album "Black Castle" (at first shelved then re-released), as well as many contributions to early albums from Sunz of Man, Killah Priest, Cappadonna, and Buddha Monk. Although RZA is credited as producer, it is rumored that he produced the song "What Da Blood Clot?" from Method Man's "Tical". In addition, he takes credit for "Summin Gotz Ta Give", "I Declare War", Royal Fam; "Blessed Are Those", "From Then Till Now", Killah Priest, Heavy Mental (1998); "Army Brickaid", Royal Fam, (2000). A compilation of his work, "Monster Reborn Vl. 1", was released in 2005.
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