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World of Warcraft meets Wu-Tang Clan in new mixtape from Phill Harmonix

C.R.E.A.M, or Curses Rule Everything Around Me

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Phoenix-based rapper Phill Harmonix released a new album today that combines the world of gaming and hip hop, creating a Wu-Tang Clan-inspired album dedicated to Blizzard's World of Warcraft.

WuCraft, as the album has been dubbed, features an array of classic Wu-Tang Clan songs — including "C.R.E.A.M." — with the lyrics all changed to reflect major moments or fan favorite events in the MMO. For example, the tale of Ben Schulz' Warcraft character Leeroy Jenkins as he bravely and foolhardily runs into battle by himself screaming his own name, is paid homage to on the track "Leeeeeeroy!"

The album is produced in conjunction with chip hop star Mega Ran, best known for licensing official music from Capcom to use in his own songs. It's available to download right now on SoundcloudBandcamp and Audiomack. It can also be streamed on YouTube. More information on the album can be found here.

You can also listen to "Leeeeeeroy!" off of the album below.

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