All the way back in 1993, Late Show With David Letterman debuted just 10 weeks before Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers was released by Loud and RCA. Now, over 20 years later, the two are still fixtures, teaming up for one last go-round before Letterman retires.

The Wu stopped by Late Show last night to perform "Ruckus In B-Minor," the first cut from the group's upcoming A Better Tomorrow. An excited RZA introduced the "legendary hip-hop group from Staten Island," and greeted Letterman like an old friend after the performance. A Better Tomorrow is available Dec. 2.

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