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Inspectah Deck

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Inspectah Deck was born in the Bronx, but moved to Staten Island when he was a child, living in the Park Hill Projects in Clifton, where other members of the future Wu-Tang Clan would live and congregate. He is one of the lesser known Wu-Tangers, but certainly not the least talented. He has been a member since their debut, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (1993), a project that he worked on after returning from a jail sentence. (It was in prison that Deck earned the nickname “Inspectah” for his silent and observatory manner.) He had a high-profile role in the group’s early work, delivering the opening verse to the classic underground single Protect Ya Neck, as well as a now-famous verse on the equally successful single C.R.E.A.M. and star turns on Bring Da Ruckus, Da Mystery Of Chessboxin and 7th Chamber. He later appeared on Wu-Tang side projects and solo records like GZA’s Liquid Swords and Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, though compared to other members he was relatively quiet during the first round of solo releases. His own debut was originally scheduled for this 1994-1997 period but for undisclosed reasons was held back u... (+) expand
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