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Wu-Tang Clan rapper Gary Grice, a.k.a. the GZA, a.k.a. the Genius, recently gave a lecture to students at the University of Toronto about "consciousness, creativity and music."

Always the most abstract and metaphysical rapper in the Staten Island rap collective, the GZA didn't disappoint students, and even treated them to a freestyle about the big bang theory (which is from his upcoming Dark Matter album), drawing applause for lines like, "The universe inside is hard to fathom, it was composed in a region small as a single atom, less than one short width the size of a point of a pen, microscopic but on a macro level within."

It's also not the first time he's done this.

Watch a clip from his lecture, including the rap, below.

Update: the video clip has been removed at the request of GZA's team. 

 

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The GZA drops science knowledge on University of Toronto students

Wu-Tang Clan rapper Gary Grice, a.k.a. the GZA, a.k.a. the Genius, recently gave a lecture to student…

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