by Wu-Tang Clan
The Wu-Tang Clan's quickly recognizable "W" draws from martial arts imagery and appears on everything from album covers to Wu-Tang's clothing line, Wu-Wear.
When Wu-Tang came together in 1992, they were the largest hip-hop crew around, and the first to create a sort of open corporation of individual artists who signed to separate labels while also putting out albums as the Wu-Tang Clan.
This newer image advertises a 2010 documentary about the ongoing history of the Clan.
Bringing his distinctive intensity. Raekwon, also known as Raekwon the Chef, is the group's resident cooking expert, slang aficionado, fashion-conscious dresser, and general propagator of lore.
Method Man brought a lighter, more radio-friendly sound to the Wu-Tang Clan and was the first to score a solo album after Enter the Wu-Tang, but he has never strayed from the clan, collaborating consistently with RZA and other Wu-Tang members on his solo albums and Wu-Tang projects.
Known as a quieter, more introspective member of Wu-Tang, Inspectah Deck met RZA and other Wu-Tang members in high school in Staten Island and laid down some of Wu-Tang Clan's most memorable verses.
The production genius and business mastermind behind much of Wu-Tang Clan's work.