After nearly 25 years, the Wu-Tang Clan continues to bring the ruckus with their brolic street track “Don’t Stop," which is another certified banger. The song features Raekwon, Method Man, Inspectah Deck and Masta Killa vowing to never stop getting the C.R.E.A.M.

Over RZA’s stellar production, which consists of a thunderous beat that will dropkick your eardrums and soundbites from a Chinese martial arts flick, the Wu delivers equally punching rhymes on the track.

"Cash rules everything around me, I'm fresh out the slum / Rich bum n----, now I live dumb / Talking about that C.R.E.A.M / Leaning Tower of Pisa / Seven visas / I got condos in the jungle / The mind stay rich but the pockets is well-filled / Violate this little area, get milked," Raekwon spits on the opening verse.

Method Man and Inspectah Deck follows with their gritty rhymes of their days hustling on the street corners trying to maintain their integrity. "It's hard to fake, my real life is on display / Either love or hate whatever part you play / I take the best of both world like R. and Jay / Own boss, no third party / Produce more murder than Irv Gotti," raps Deck.

"Don't Stop" will appear on the soundtrack to the HBO series, Silicon Valley, which airs on HBO every Sunday at 10PM ET. The soundtrack will be available on Friday (June 23) at all digital stores including iTunes.