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Martin Shkreli exits a Brooklyn courthouse after the jury issued a verdict in his case for securities fraud. Shkreli is selling a one-of-a-kind album from the Wu-Tang Clan he purchased in 2015. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Taking inspiration from martial arts movies, the members of Wu-Tang Clan named themselves after a fictional sect of Chinese swordsmen. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nine Rappers, One Wu-Tang Clan

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From The Slums Of Shaolin: A Wu-Tang Film

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New Site Fuses Chess with Hip-Hop

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From Wu-Tang to 'Walk Hard'

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Wu-Tang Clan's The RZA

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