Nas hopped online this week to announce that Showtime was finally stepping forward with the long-awaited Wu-Tang Clan docuseries. "FINALLY. The day has come. We are proud to formally announce #OfMicsandMen, Our definitive Wu-Tang Documentary," he wrote on an Instagram post. "It’s been an intense 18 months producing this project, and it’s almost time to share it with the world." Now, just a few days later, the first trailer for the series has touched down. Entitled Wu-Tang: Of Mics and Men, the four-part docuseries is brought to you by Mass Appeal (the same company behind Nas' Rapture on Netflix). Directed by Sacha Jenkins, Of Mics and Men dives into the history of the crew with never before seen footage and in-depth interviews.
The first two episodes of Wu-Tang: of Mics and Men will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this month, and the entire documentary will air on Showtime later this year. The premier is slated for Spring 2019, but no official date has been announced. All living members of The Wu-Tang Clan were involved with the making of the project, which the trailer highlights. The epic new trailer is nostalgia at its finest. Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Ol' Dirty Bastard, and more look like kids as they ascend from Staten Island project fame to worldwide stardom. Check out the trailer for Wu-Tang: of Mics and Men below.