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El Michels Affair Enter The 37th Chamber

If you're a fan of the Wu-Tang Clan, I imagine that you've heard the El Michels Affair's interpolations on classic Wu-bangers, like "CREAM". You've also heard their work on projects like Adele's 19 album (they produced "Right As Rain"), the horn that was flipped in Jay-Z's "Roc Boys" and have also done work on Saigon's The Greatest Story Never Told LP with Just Blaze.

On April 21st, Truth & Soul/Fat Beats will be dropping Enter The 37th Chamber, a collection of the El Michels Affair's Wu-covers, including "Cream", "Can It All Be So Simple", "Protect Ya Neck", "Cherchez La Ghost" and "Incarcerated Scarfaces"; for those who remember, Truth & Soul dropped a 7" with their versions of "CREAM" and "Bring Da Ruckus" a bit ago, and should know what's up. Keep an eye peeled for this one when it drops.

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