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Watch: Wu-Tang Clan Perform On Fallon, First Time On TV In 10 Years

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 23, 2012

In support of member RZA‘s directorial debut The Man with the Iron Fist, Wu-Tang Clan stopped by the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon set for their first TV appearance in more than a decade.

All remaining members took to the stage to perform Six Directions of Boxing, a new single from the group set to feature on the film’s official soundtrack. The hip hop icons have still got it, smashing out a performance as bad ass as ever.

As well as the live performance, Fallon also managed to convince RZA and Ghostface to join in a game of bubble soccer – well that’s what Consequence of Sound referred to it as. We’ve got the video below.

There has been a lot of talk of a big reunion tour from the gang, talk that has been lent a lot of credibility by this performance. RZA’s new experience with a different work state of mind has re-ignited his desire to tour – that, and next year is 20 years since Enter The Wu-Tang was released.

The soundtrack was released today; the film will be out November 2nd.

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