Wu-Tang Clan, Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers (1993)

Label: Loud

Pusha T:“Wu-Tang was so great, because they provided a whole world for you to come in. They created a whole world through slang, styles, multi-styles throughout the artists, and made a mesh that people can’t make. Everybody can’t be fly. Everybody can’t be the man.

“There’s so many groups out here, and how can everybody in the group be solo-worthy in some form or fashion? There’s never been a group that could break themselves down like that. All of those guys shined in their own particular way.

“Wu-Tang drew everyone in. They had males, females. It was so overwhelming. Who would have thought women were going to like it? This wasn’t clean rap. Granted they made records like ‘Ice Cream,’ but this was not clean rap. They had a piece of everybody with them.”