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Wu-Tang Clan Post Video For Lesson Learn'd Featuring Redman And Inspectah Deck

Friday, 09 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Wu-Tang Clan have released a video for Lesson Learn'd.

The track, which features Redman and Inspectah Deck, is lifted from the American hip-hop legends' new album, 'Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues', which dropped in October.





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