Wu-Tang Clan now have an entire New York City district named after them


Wu-Tang Clan's legacy continues to flourish more than 26 years after their debut album changed the game. And that legacy has now extended to an entire district, after Staten Island honored the iconic rap crew by renaming the intersection of Targee St. and Vanderbilt Av. the "Wu-Tang Clan District."

Die hard fans and Staten Island residents braved rainy weather to see the new street sign unveiled, with Ghostface Killah and Raekwon also in attendance.

"It's like a dream right now: Twenty-five years later to come back and to have district, a block named after your crew," Ghostface said. "First of all, people don't get to make it 25 years later. To come from Staten Island, I wanna tell y'all anything is possible. I never saw this day coming. I knew that we were some ill MCs, but I didn't know it would take it this far."

Wu-Tang is forever.