Hulu has dropped the first trailer for its upcoming Wu-Tang Clan miniseries, Wu-Tang: An American Saga. The one-minute spot is light on plot details, instead focusing on introducing the new faces of the rappers we all know and love: Moonlight star Ashton Sanders as The RZA, Shameik Moore as RaekwonJoey Bada$$ as Inspectah Deck, and Dave East as Method Man.

The 10-episode series is co-created and written by Alex Tse and The RZA, with Method Man also serving as an executive producer. Set in early '90s New York City, it'll follow the genesis of the Wu-Tang Clan. The RZA has the vision, but he'll struggle to pull together all 12 members as they're torn between the lure of crime or music.

The Wu-Tang Clan was also the subject of a documentary released on Showtime earlier this year.

Watch the trailer above, and look out for Wu-Tang: An American Saga to premiere September 4 on Hulu.

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