Masta Killa on Joining Wu-Tang, “Da Mystery of Chessboxin'” His 1st Rap Ever (Part 1)

Brooklyn MC, Masta Killa discusses meeting GZA back in the early 90s and how the friendship inspired him to become a rapper and eventually a member of the Wu-Tang Clan. He says at first he was just fan of hip-hop and would hang around GZA as he pursued his music. That all changed the moment, he heard a rough version of “Protect Ya Neck” and was wowed by it even though it only had 4 of the members on it at that time. 

After that, he tried his hand at writing raps, and the first bars he ever wrote in his life became “Da Mystery of Chessboxin'” on 36 Chambers. Listen to Masta Kills talk the early beginnings and how it was a financial struggle recording music at first.


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