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Manchild

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Intro
0:28
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I Declare War
2:49
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Furious Anger
Artist: Big L, Shyheim
3:51
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Unconditional Love
3:48
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Crime Story
4:42
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Verses from the Arsenal
2:43
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One Life to Live
Artist: Shyheim, TMF
3:19
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Manchild
Artist: Shyheim, Tekitha
3:58
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Am I My Brothers Keeper
Artist: Method Man, Shyheim
3:00
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Club Scene
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Spectacular
1:10
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Twin Glocks
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Trust It's On
3:33
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Cease Fire (Wildflower 2000)
2:12
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 43:49

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Icon: Wu-Tang Clan

By Hua Hsu, Contributor

About halfway through their game-changing 1993 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang, a radio interviewer asks Method Man, Raekwon and Ghostface about the Clan's "ultimate goal." They jockey for the privilege to answer. "Can I say this one?" Rae thirstily begs, before Meth offers a simple "domination." "This is longevity right here," Ghost cuts in. "We gon 'keep it raw." Mission: accomplished. From their Staten Island-as-Shaolin self-mythologizing to their inventive business model – separate solo deals under the… more »

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Icon: Wu-Tang Clan

By Hua Hsu, Contributor

About halfway through their game-changing 1993 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang, a radio interviewer asks Method Man, Raekwon and Ghostface about the Clan's "ultimate goal." They jockey for the privilege to answer. "Can I say this one?" Rae thirstily begs, before Meth offers a simple "domination." "This is longevity right here," Ghost cuts in. "We gon 'keep it raw." Mission: accomplished. From their Staten Island-as-Shaolin self-mythologizing to their inventive business model – separate solo deals under the… more »

They Say All Music Guide

At the ripe age of 14, Shyheim (the youngest affiliate of the Wu-Tang Clan) released his debut, Aka The Rugged Child, which made it abundantly clear that he was genetically predisposed to rock a mic. However, the prodigy’s next effort, The Lost Generation, was less momentous, coming and going without the same fanfare or critical adulation. Even though Shyheim has spent the last four years fashioning his talents to the silver screen, the prolonged layoff has done little to diminish his God-given abilities. Successfully transitioning from adolescent thug to astute street philosopher, Shyheim broadens his lyrical horizons on Manchild, exposing a vulnerability that his earlier work did not allude to; a good example is his search for innocence lost on the introspective title track. While Shyheim loses focus on “Spectacular” and the extremely misogynistic “Cease Fire (Wildflower 2000),” he reaps the benefit of two posthumous appearances from underground icon Big L, who adds his verbal flamboyance on “Furious Anger” and his production flare on “Trust It’s On.” Shyheim’s most heart-wrenching ode, “Unconditional Love,” reflects on his mother’s struggles with chemical dependency. But, in what becomes a recurring theme, this emotional roller coaster clashes rudely with the jubilant pop production that accompanies it. – Matt Conaway

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