Vinyl copies of the album arrive on April 18, National Record Store Day.
We’ve known that Wu-Tang Clan is for the children for over 20 years now. However, this coming April, they’ll release an album just for their pint-sized fans.
According to Pitchfork, the group’s music will be featured on an infant-friendly lullaby album titled Lullaby Renditions of Wu-Tang Clan. The album will be available on vinyl on April 18. Six days later, the album will be available on CD and streaming platforms.
The release is part of the Rockabye Baby! series. Artists like Snoop Dogg, the Beatles, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Beyonce have previously participated in the series. Snoop Dogg’s Lullaby Renditions album includes classic tracks like “Who Am I (What’s My Name),” “Gin and Juice,” and “Beautiful.”
It’s been a fun couple of years to be a Wu-Tang fan. Back in January, Hulu announced the group’s docuseries Wu-Tang: An American Saga would be returning for a second season. Last November Jimmy Chang, the Vice-President of Wu-Tang Clan Management, announced that a Wu-Tang themed amusement park was in the early stages of development in South Korea.
Showtime’s documentary series about the group, Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men, received an Emmy nomination back in 2019. In December 2nd Generation Wu, the sons of Method Man, Ghostface Killah, U-God, and Ol Dirty Bastard, released their first single.