Let’s put into perspective that this year marks 25 years since the Wu-Tang Clan‘s universal music debut Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) and it is apparent each member of the iconic clan has something in motion to show and prove the grandeur of their destined longevity. U-God has taken hold of his fellow Wublood kin’s Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, and Scotty Wotty for “Epicenter” a single coming off his forthcoming album, Venom.

Produced by DJ Lantern, the track owns a harmonious banged out drum lines mixed with mesmerizing sequencing. Remaining on their signature supreme hardcore stance, the Wu brothers take charge of their lyrical clout. “Epicenter” premiered on HotNewHipHop on Tuesday (Feb. 20), and the Wu legend revealed the purpose of the track which is centered around Wu-Tang’s supremacy in hip-hop culture. “Wu-Tang is forever and will always represent the epicenter of hip-hop, me and my brothers throwing darts back to back that’s that Park Hill $h*t, watch out we causing Tsunamis of swagger up in this motherfucka.”

Venom will be Golden Arms’ fifth studio album and is set to drop on March 30. 2018 appears to be a productive year for the Staten Island emcee as he will soon return back to the solo tour circuit from a five-year pause along with the pending release of his highly anticipated autobiography RAW: My Journey Into Wu-Tang, which is set for release March 6 with pre-orders currently in motion.

Listen to U-God’s single “Epicenter” featuring Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, and Scotty Wotty, below. After that, go ahead and pre-order Venom, here.