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Here's What Wu-Tang Think About Your Wu Tattoo

Throw your 'W' up.

When Wu-Tang Clan dropped their debut album way back in 1993, they were a rugged and raw underground group, waving the flag for Staten Island, New York City's most-underrated borough.

Now, 21 years later, the Wu is worldwide and their "W" logo is ubiquitous, popping up in the most unexpected places. We've seen Wu tattoos, Wu cakes, a variety of Wu-inspired shirts, including a campaign tee for Texas senator Wendy Davis.

To celebrate the release of Wu-Tang's latest album A Better Tomorrow, which hit stores on Tuesday (December 2), we spoke to the group about their legacy, and some of the wild and weird Wu stuff they've inspired along the way.