this song hits the heart, on the real

Wu Syndicate – Where wuz heaven

this is that shit right there. For anyone that went through the struggle wherever youre from
this goes out to all the eastvan babies out there…
send this one out to jaykin too…

Wu-Syndicate is a rap group from Virginia consisting of Joe Mafia, Napolean and Myalansky (who has named himself after the real life gangster Meyer Lansky). They were originally called Crime Syndicate but changed their name to Wu-Syndicate when they signed to Wu-Tang Records and became Wu-Tang Clan affiliates. After debuting on the compilation Wu-Tang Killa Bees: The Swarm in 1998, their self-titled debut album Wu-Syndicate was released in 1999 on both Wu-Tang Records and their own label Slot Time Records. The album was, like most releases from Wu-Tang Clan affiliates during this time, moderatly successful in sales. Soon after the release there was a dispute of an unknown origin between the group and Wu-Tang Records and the group have since changed their name to The Syndicate to rid itself of the affiliation. However, they still had an active publishing deal with RZA. Joe Mafia released his debut solo album This One in 2002 and founded his own label called 58 West Diamond Street Records. Another group album is planned once Myalansky and Napolean are finished serving unrelated jail sentences and Myalansky also plans to finish his first solo album which he began work on before being incarcerated. Napoleon is currently working on his solo album, Kingpin Wit Da Inkpen, which is set to feature The Clipse, Ghostface Killah, Nicole Wray, Jim Jones, and more, along with his Syndicate comrads.


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