Tyga is on board with Wu-Tang's historical preservation.
Yesterday, the RZA opened up about one of his aspirations, which is to see the Wu-Tang Claninducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It wouldn't be entirely unprecedented, as hip-hop groups like NWA, Run DMC, the Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy have all secured spots in the storied institution. Speaking with Rolling Stone, RZA elaborated on the importance of the move. "I think it’s good for us and I think it’s good for rock & roll, because hip-hop is a form of music that grabs from every genre, but definitely grabs from rock & roll.”
Though their inclusion does feel like an inevitability at this point, that hasn't stopped Tyga from offering his own vote of support. Speaking with TMZ, T-Raww explains that "Wu-Tang is a legend. Rock, hip-hop, it's all super similar culture-wise. How much both of the genres influence. Wu-Tang influenced a lot." He proceeds to peels off in the Lambo, but not before giving a heartfelt co-sign to Lil Nas X, who has been garnering no shortage of support over his country-rap song "Old Town Road."
Check out the video below, and sound off. Which hip-hop artists do you think merit inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame?