Liverpool legend brings new meaning to the Anfield Rap following hotel hook up with Wu-Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck and GZA.
Forget the nonsense about Luis Suarez tonight, the big breaking Liverpool FC news, was reports legendary striker Ian Rush is recording a new version of The Anfield Rap – with members of the Wu-Tang Clan.
Rush, currently on pre-season tour with the Reds in Oslo, hooked up with hip hop legends, the Wu-Tang’s GZA and Inspectah Deck, and our sources suggest the trio made a hasty retreat to a nearby studio to cut a revamped version of the John Barnes-led infamous 1988 FA Cup tune.
MCs lined up to feature on the record include Method McManaman, RZA Ruddock, Raekwon Clemence, Robbie U-God Fowler, Ghostface Carra and of course, Ol’ Dirty Biscan.
A club spokesman refused to comment when asked if MaraCappadonna was in line to make a special guest appearance.
We’ll bring you more news as we have it. In the meantime, lets relive that special moment in hip hop history.
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