Wu-Tang Meets Blue Note

Logan Walters reinterprets classic Wu-Tang covers in the Blue Note aesthetic:

Hat tip: Patrick Jarenwattananone.

6 thoughts on “Wu-Tang Meets Blue Note

  1. Yeah, I listen to rap, albeit not as much as I used to. Still love the Wu, OutKast, Roots, Digable Planets, you know, mostly ’90s stuff.

    Not the biggest fan of the autotuner craze of today’s rap scene though.

  2. i think it’s funny to think about the world in the future where they take their albums and rapify them to look like rap covers of the 90s.