The Empire State building lit up the sky in Black & Yellow to Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Wu-Tang Clan’s first album “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). The black and yellow colors represent the groups iconic logo which formed in Staten Island in 1992, and quickly rose to prominence with their raw and gritty sound, redefining the genre of hip-hop.
The Wu-Tang Clan’s first album, “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” introduced the world to their distinctive style and innovative production. Three decades later, their influence continues to resonate with artists and fans across the globe and serves as a true testament to the their impact on the Hip Hop Culture, which is celebrating 50 years.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has officially marked November 9 as Wu-Tang Clan Day.