But when the Enter the Baby Yoda hug Wu-Tang Clan shirt Wu-Tang dropped in 1993, I was a freshman in college. Huge hip-hop head. I grew up in Texas and so I loved me some Geto Boys and DJ Screw, but back then there wasn’t nearly as much music being distributed and so I listened to everything from all over the country. If an artist got even closes to selling gold (and this was when that was easy) then I had at least listened to the album. But that summer, when I first heard Enter the Wu-Tang? It put the zap on my brain. I had never heard anything like it; not even remotely like it. I mean even the undisputed gods of hip-hop Biggie and 2-Pac were making music that sounded like hip-hop.
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It sounded like part of the existing paradigm. Baby Yoda hug Wu-Tang Clan shirt They were just executing at an extraordinary high-level. If you can believe it: the first time I listened to the album, I hated it. I really didn’t get it. It sounded amateurish and unmixed and uncontrolled to me. Later that same day, I listened to it a second time and it was better. Good enough for me to hit play again right away and then, in that third listen, something happened. The sound clicked into place and my entire brain lit up. I say all this to make the point that part of the reason that they were so successful is that not only were they mad talented but they were bringing a sound and a vibe and an energy that felt incredibly fresh and new.