Complex's weekly series Don't Believe the Hype takes a look at what's hot and what's just hot air. Sneakers, clothes, tech, food—nothing is safe. Long before Supreme was the most hyped streetwear brand around, one of the most hyped hip hop groups of all time was the Wu-Tang Clan. So it makes sense Supreme would take one of the group's most revered solo albums, GZA's "Liquid Swords" masterpiece, and turn the album cover into a t-shirt. But with the shirt reselling for three times its retail price online, does it measure up to the hype? Speedy finds out the answer from Complex staffers and special guest Racks in this Shoalin-themed edition of Don't Believe The Hype.