Wu-Tang Clan's three most prolific rappers join forces for an album that's not really important but really entertaining. Approaching this project in search of broken ground and new ideas will leave you disappointed. Looking to it for some killer jams, though, is another thing.
It moves swiftly along in the background, a collection of decent stuff from really talented rappers who know each other by hand.
Wu-Massacre was apparently rushed through by Def Jam on a limited budget, and that shows. But the three use a familiar, largely successful formula -- exasperated orchestral samples, driving beats and that feverish streetside slang. It works best on this track, which sounds like it could've been the next single from Fishscale.