The Primer: 10 Ol’ Dirty Bastard Songs Everyone Should Know

Ol Dirty Bastard Best Songs Lead

Wu-Tang Clan is by far the most innovative group in Hip-Hop history. Each of its nine members is unlike the others, or any other rapper that preceded or followed. Over five group albums, forty-seven solo or side projects, and god only knows how many projects from affiliated acts, the Clan has an endless discography that would be a daunting task for even the most curious neophyte to sift through.

Thankfully, the TSS Crew is at your service and will guide you in the right direction, over the next few months, toward the best and most memorable performances by the Wu-Tang Clan’s nine-headed hydra. The Primer is headed to Shaolin, and we won’t stop until you have mastered each of the 36 Chambers for yourself.

The first entry, is the inimitable master of the drunken style, the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Before his untimely demise, ODB was the dynamic wildcard of the group. No one, including fellow clansmen, knew what he would say or do next, but we all watched in rapt anticipation waiting to see. His naked honesty, off-kilter rhymes, and devilish sense of humor will live on forever. Here’s to one of the most unique personalities in Hip-Hop history, the Osirius of this shit, the Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

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