Twenty-five years ago today, The Wu-Tang Clan made their mark in the world with the release of their debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers. The project not only shifted hip-hop, but also pop culture as a whole. Their impact is still seen today in music, fashion and more. To commemorate their debut album, they released their short film For The Children: 25 Years Of Enter The Wu-Tang Clan: 36 Chambers which features cameos from A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg and Joey Bada$$. Today, they infiltrated ABC's Good Morning America set and performed a rendition of their classic hit, "Protect Ya Neck."

All of the Wu-Tang Clan members united on the set of Good Morning America to deliver a dope performance of their track, "Protect Ya Neck."  Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, RZA, GZA, Method Man and the rest of the Wu-Tang members had the audience lit with their performance of the track. Ol' Dirty Bastard's son, Young Dirty Bastard, held down his father's part during the performance.

The Wu-Tang Clan have been gearing up for the release of their new short film. Last month, they took over the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live! and performed two classic records, "C.R.E.A.M," and "Protect Ya Neck."

Aside from the short film, Hulu also ordered a scripted drama that explores the origin story of the Wu-Tang Clan. Method Man and RZA will serve as the show's executive producers while GZA, Ghostface, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killah, GZA and ODB's estate will serve as consulting producers.