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Wu-Tang Clan's 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' to hit Carnegie Hall?

'I think in five years it could be done' says RZA

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Wu Tang Clan's debut album 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' could be set to hit New York's Carnegie Hall.

In an interview with The Boombox, RZA revealed that the group's 1993 LP could follow the likes of Green Day's 'American Idiot' and be turned into a musical.

"I got people reaching out to me about Carnegie Hall," he said. "I thought about doing ['Enter The Wu-Tang] (36 Chambers)' I dreamed I can do it on Broadway [be]cause I make my albums like movies. That album is like a movie for me, it's a map also. It means a lot for the music, but it means so much more."

Despite still only being a possibility, the rapper is confident that it can happen.

"I've been invited to Carnegie Hall for this year, I turned it down because I'm not ready yet," he explained before adding "I think in five years it could be done, actually.

As previously reported, Wu-Tang Clan will play 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' in full at this year's Rock The Bells festival.

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