In just over a year and a half, Boston Bruin’s Left Winger Brad Marchand has won a Stanley Cup and has become a fan favorite among Boston Hockey fans. His cult hero status as a gritty player who doesn’t take himself too serious has been elevated with the embracing of his popular nickname “Noseface Killah” and his references to his teammates as “The Bru-Tang Clan.” To celebrate all things Wu-Tang and his own growing aliases, Marchand has teamed up with The Boston Sports Apparel CO. to design his own line of gear and with Boston’s own Akrobatik for a FreEP “Enter Tha 63 Chambahs” (63 coincidentally being Marchand’s Jersey Number and the mirror of Wu-Tang’s debut album title). The six-songs featured on “Enter Tha 63 Chambahs” are all recorded over classic Wu-Tang instrumentals are surely the first hockey related hip-hop songs ever recorded (true “fight music”); and is a must listen for anyone (regardless if you follow hockey or not) and absolutely has to be heard in order to be appreciated.
It’s not mentioned in there but this is the work of Akrobatik.
1. “Bru-Tang Clan Ain’t Nothing To Puck Wit”
2. “Radio Skit #1”
3. “Triumph” (Game 7)
4. “Fish” (Noseface Killah Anthem)
5. “The Illest Team”
6. “Radio Skit #2”
7. “Protect Ya Net”
8. “All That We Got Iz You” (Ode To The Fans)
9. “Radio Skit #3” (Outro)