The WU-SEUM - a special exhibition at Dolby SoHo dedicated to one of the most iconic hip hop music groups of all time, the Wu-Tang Clan– was presented in partnership with SHOWTIME and Mass Appeal, celebrating the release of the docuseries, WU-TANG CLAN: OF MICS AND MEN, now available for streaming on SHOWTIME. The WU-SEUM at Dolby SoHo provided fans with an exclusive experience with new Wu-Tang Clan music and clips from the docuseries mastered in Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.
The WU-SEUM featured 11 engaging installations highlighting Wu-Tang Clan’s fascinating journey from the projects of Staten Island to international superstardom. Visitors interacted with and were immersed in 3 brand new Wu-Tang Clan songs in Dolby Atmos. Other areas were themed to pivotal moments in the Wu-Tang Clan's story, such as RZA's basement (where the group first formed), a recreation of Washington Square Park where Wu-Tang Clan members would gather and discuss ideas over chess, and a tribute to late member, Ol' Dirty Bastard.
Celebrity guests and talent at the WU-SEUM’s opening event included DJ Khaled, Nas, WU-TANG CLAN: OF MICS AND MEN filmmaker Sacha Jenkins, and street artist CES, with a special live DJ set by DJ Stretch Armstrong.