If you grew up on the crime side, the New York Times side – Staying alive was no jive.

However, if you were not from Staten Island in the early 90’s, you probably still fuck with the legendary Wu-Tang heavily.

The Wu Tang era of culture is aggressively back. Not only for Wu, but for the greatest era in music and culture, the 90’s, in general. 

They just dropped a new single with Redman, and you can hear it here, not for a million dollars, even if you are not Martin Shkreli.

Listen to the new joint above while you check out 5 really dope throwback pieces from music themed streetwear line Mister Tee.

 

5. WU-WEAR ID T

Featuring the iconic image of ODB’s food stamp card, sliding out a another classic, this time in vinyl form, this t captures the humorous and sardonic side of Wu.

 

4. WU CREW : Wu Tang 25 Year Annv. T 

With all the nostalgia in the air in 2017, Wu Tang decided to write all members names, of all eras, inside of the W.

 

A collectors wet dream. Proudly displayed inside the icon “W”, in beautiful yet ruggedly hand painted way, are all the members of The Clan. We can’t believe it’s been 25 years since the classic ” 36 Chambers” – but as they say, classic never fades.

 

3. WU TANG MASK T

Based off the icon cover of Wu’s debut record “36 Chambers”, this t shirt feels like 90’s tour merch, and silk screens the ominous image that first introduced the world to Meth, Rza, Gza, Ghostface, Chef, Inspectah Deck, and the god- ODB.

 

2. WU LOGO FITTED HOODIE

Nothing screams Killa Bees loyalty like this hoodie. All the Shaolin Temple cats, skateboarders, and back packers are rocking it. No words, just icon. Cuz thats how icons roll.

 

1. CASH RULES EVERYTHING “I LOVE REAL” CREWNECK

Hypebeast as shit, another flip on the Metallica/Lil Uzi/Kanye/Hair Metal type face du jour. But somehow, it appears less trendy centric and more classic, as Wu and Metallica both defined era and genre.

 

 

Author

Joey A.X is a recording artist, producer, and creative entrepreneur who hails from New Haven CT who has always had an eye for fashion and culture and art. He joins The Set as the voice for "Wander". He digs vintage black leather jackets, crude humor, thin crust pizza, speakeasys, film noir, Liverpool Football Club, and doing hood rat stuff with his friends.

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