Escape at Dannemora
(TV Mini-Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Part 6
... (writer: "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta Fuck Wit")
(performer: "Liquid Swords" - as Genius/GZA) / (writer: "Liquid Swords" - as Gary E. Grice)
(TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
Game Over, Man!
(writer: "C.R.E.A.M.", "Bring da Ruckus" - as Gary E. Grice)
(writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Gary E. Grice)
(performer: "Pencil" - as G. Grice) / (writer: "Pencil" - as G. Grice)
(writer: "Protect Ya Neck" - as Gary Grice)
(as Gary Grice, "I Gotcha' Back") / (performer: "I Gotcha' Back" - as GZA / Genius)
(writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Gary Grice)
(Video Game) (performer: "Publicity" - as GZA)
(performer: "Cross My Heart" - as GZA) / (writer: "Cross My Heart" - as G. Grice)
Album, "Liquid Swords," Geffen/MCA Records GEFD-24813, 1995.
Wu-Tang Clan | GZA | The Genius | Gary Grice
5' 11½" (1.82 m)
Did You Know?
You could say we [The Wu-tang Clan] have a cult-like following. I saw this dude one night at a concert with a Wutang tattoo on his face. I've never seen anyone with a G-Unit tattoo like that. To many, we're icons.
Was the first from Wutang to get a record deal, though at first unsuccessfully. He then joined with his cousins to bring in the larger group and form the clan between Staten Island and Brooklyn, NYC.