An expert on the philosophy of the Nation of Gods & Earths, longtime mentor to the Wu-Tang Clan, Popa Wu recently sat down with ForbezDVDPromo to discuss the impact that the group had when they broke through in the ’90s. He mirrors their success with that of the Beatles. Check it out after the jump!

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Speaking on the group’s brotherhood, Popa Wu began with, “You can’t go through me nor around me to get to my brother. That’s how we always was and the media—as you get bigger and bigger, I watched us go from children that had nothing and took nothing to make something and turned out bigger than The Beatles.” Check out the rest below.

Hopefully, Popa Wu can impact “A Better Tomorrow” and get each member to a happy medium.