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GZA meets up with Neil deGrasse Tyson, the director of the Hayden Planetarium, and is inspired to create an album about physics.

Gary Grice, aka The GZA is known by many as The Genius of the Wu-Tang Clan, despite ending his formal education in the 10th grade.  While his lyrical contributions have proven him more than worthy of the title, he’s gone the extra mile to distinguish himself as a mind to be reckoned with.

According to The NY Times, GZA is teaming up with a Columbia University professor to make the sciences more appealing to school students using Hip-Hop. After doing research at M.I.T.  for his upcoming album, “Dark Matter,” GZA met Dr. Christopher Emdin on a radio show and realized they had a shared desire to bridge the worlds of science and hip-hop.

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