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Anyone who’s a true student of the Wu-Tang knows about Bronze Nazareth, but for all those out there living under a rock, let me school you:  Bronze is one of the select in-house producers for Wu-Tang who has contributed multiple bangers to RZA, GZA, Masta Killa, and Immortal Technique’s projects, just to name a few.   In fact, the Detroit producer is renowned for his involvement with the critically-praised Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture, where he branched out to work with Ras Kass, Cannibal Ox, and Del tha Funkee Homosapien, amongst others.

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After driving hardcore fans crazy with 2007′s The Wisemen Approaching, Bronze returns with brethren Phillie, Kevlaar 7, and Salute to deliver another onslaught with their sophomore effort, Children Of A Lesser God.  The album’s street single, “Thirsty Fish” featuring Raekwon is an absolute gem.  Riding a swift bassline, The Wu affiliates murk the game with an assault of grimy bars.  “Faith Doctrine” exemplifies Bronze’s superior production skill, while the other Wisemen go in with insightful lyrics that are leagues beyond nearly everything to hit the scene in 2010.

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Wisemen’s Children Of A Lesser God drops October 26th and also includes guest appearances from West Coast legend Planet Asia, Beace, Big Rube, and Victorious.

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Wisemen “Thirsty Fish” ft Raewkon

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Wisemen “Faith Doctrine”

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