Nine new rappers will remake Wu-Tang Clan‘s classic 1993 album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) for the recently-resurrected Loud Records label.

“We’re gonna make the album with nine MCs from today and each new MC will play a character in the original 36 Chambers. There’s gonna be a major tour cause it’s also Wu’s 25[th anniversary],” Loud Records co-founder Steve Rifkind told XXL in a new interview. Rifkind, who co-founded Loud Records with Rich Isaacson in 1991, revived the label in partnership with RED Music and Legacy Recordings earlier this year.

Originally released in November 1993, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) marked the debut album from the New York City hip-hop collective. With its innovate production and focus on free associative lyricism, the record went on to have a huge influence on hip-hop and is widely considered to be one of the genre’s greatest albums. In addition to putting Wu-Tang Clan on the map, the 36 Chambers also launched the careers of the group’s nine members—RZA (who produced the album), GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God and Masta Killa.

As of press time, there is no word on the rappers or producers who will be involved in the production of Loud Records’ 36 Chambers remake.

[H/T – Pitchfork]