Wu Tang Clan launched “Hello,” a brand new single alongside Texas, yesterday December 1, 2020.
Acknowledged as one of many pioneers of the dirty, uncooked, hard-nosed sound, Wu Tang Clan’s standing as worldwide stars is to not be underestimated. They had been synonymous with New York for nearly three-decades. Their reputation as one of the vital influential factions in Hip Hop historical past has seen their recognition soar in nations all through the world, one being Scotland.
It was February 9, 1998, when Clan members Methodology Man and RZA joined Scottish pop-rock outfit, Texas, on stage on the Brit Awards in London. The 2 factions had been performing the remix to the latter’s high 10 UK charting single, “Say What you Need.” Now, over twenty years later, the 2 teams have collaborated on one other trans-cultural report, “Hello.”
That includes RZA, Ghostface Killah and with vocals from Sharleen Spiteri, the report took place throughout RZA’s time in Glasgow. While the Clan head honcho was filming a documentary, he linked with Spiteri and subsequently contributed a verse the Wu Tang Clan monitor, “Hello.”
A quick-paced different report, the music video opens up with Prime Boy actor, Kadeem Ramsay, watching footage of their iconic efficiency on the Brit Awards. The tv then segues right into a more moderen interview between RZA and Spiteri by which they talk about their yearn to work collectively once more. Ramsay’s character is a super-fan of the 2 teams, as his room is full of posters, memorabilia, in addition to a shirt with an image from the 1998 Brit Awards plastered on it.
All through the Wu Tang Clan “Hello” music video, he’s seen performing routine duties similar to; selecting out an outfit, driving his automotive and getting a tattoo. It’s revealed that he kidnapped Spiteri in an try and get the 2 teams to collaborate as soon as once more. Spiteri responds by facetiming RZA, and after a brief dialog, he obliges to the request. Spiteri and Ramsay then share a smoke, as she flippantly ridicules his poor try at tying her up.