The Wu-Tang Clan Strikes Again With “Don’t Stop”

Nope, we didn’t have Dinesh’s incarcerated girlfriend hack into Martin Shkreli’s server to get you a fresh new Wu-Tang Clan joint. Instead we have the latest track from HBO’s Silicon Valley soundtrack, which has just dropped through Mass Appeal Records.

“Don’t Stop” was produced by Wu architect, the RZA, and features high caliber verses from Raekwon, Method Man and Inspectah Deck. The classic Wu ingredients of kung fu samples and soulful female vocals are joined by future-minded percussion and video game effects. Each Wu lyricist spits some crazy bars, with Meth promising,”Is anybody greater?/ There is none/ Assorted Now and Laters/ My Clan got too many flavors to pick from.” It’s a reminder that 20 years later, Wu-Tang is still forever.


Check out to the rest of songs that have been released on Silicon Valley soundtrack below and pre-order the complete collection. Then tune into the Silicon Valley‘s season four finale on HBO this Sunday at 10 p.m (EST).

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