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Prunk TV: U-God Tonight at Electric Pickle

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Tonight, Wednesday, June 24 U-God will be performing at Electric Pickle. That's right, U-God of the Wu-Tang Clan. Prunk TV met up with some hardcore Wu-Headz ("Killah Bees on the Swarm") on Tuesday to discuss the current state of the Wu. These dudes are like the Hassidic Jews of Hip-Hop, walking around in the 100 degree Miami Beach heat in their long black coats and shit.

I understand that once you read the Wu-Tang Manual, its all  about study and practice: the game of chess, numerology, I-Ching, and martial arts...but you can read all about that in my 2007 RZA interview. Let us discuss martial arts on a more personal level. I have been watching lots of MMA (mixed martial arts) lately. Seriously, does anyone know a good MMA school in Miami? BTW, Wu-Tang has a new album coming out at the end of this month.

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