Later this year, Hulu will premiere a limited biopic series on Wu-Tang Clan when Wu-Tang: An American Saga arrives onto the popular streaming service on September 4th. On Wednesday, Hulu shared the first teaser trailer for the upcoming series, which showcases the story of the rap group’s early years coming out of Staten Island, New York in the early 1990s.

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The 65-second teaser takes viewers back to when Wu-Tang was still just a young group of hungry, aspiring musicians attempting to take “the whispers out in the streets” into full-on beats, as one character puts it in the video. Wu-Tang members featured in the first teaser as portrayed by actors include RZA, seen mesmerized while watching a Kung-Fu film and working on his turntable skills, in addition to Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and Inspectah Deck.

The 10-episode series was written and co-created by RZA alongside screenwriter Alex Tse. The series as a whole is based on previously-released books from RZA including 2004’s The Wu-Tang Manual and 2010’s The Tao of Wu.

Watch the first trailer for the series below.

Wu-Tang: An American Saga – Teaser Trailer

[Video: Hulu]

The pioneering hip-hop group was recently honored by their home borough with an entire Staten Island district renamed in Wu-Tang’s honor. The Wu-Tang story was also recently chronicled in a Showtime mini-series titled, Of Mics And Men. Members of Wu-Tang have been on tour throughout the spring and summer months in celebration of the 25th anniversary of their debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).

[H/T Rolling Stone]