The Wu-Tang Clan leader makes it clear that he’s not anti-cop, as his family comes from a long line of law enforcement.
“I am directing,” says RZA. “It’s the same, actually. It’s a wavelength…. But when you got a vision, it has to be lived out. And in order to live it out, sometimes it takes a script. And of course, there’s resistance.”
Each MC takes his turn dropping a verse — even the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, a sample of whom opens up the track.
Finally. Wu-Tang Clan fans should be happy to hear that yes, A Better Tomorrow is coming out, and it’s sooner than anyone imagined.
Almost every rap song on the charts today is set in a minor key. When did that start? Why is it still going? Who will bring rap back out the murk and mire? Where do we go to get happy?
Recorded in Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studio in Malibu, the song was debuted back in April of this year on ESPN show, Draft Academy.
Yesterday, (June 24) the group posted an ad on Craigslist for a social media intern. And while the gig isn’t paid, the perks sound endless.
Wu-Tang Clan fans’ hearts, be still: it looks like a new album (that isn’t just being made into one physical copy, that is) from the rap group is coming, after all.
In the continuing saga of RZA vs. Raekwon, the former has given the latter an ultimatum: get on board with Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, or said album is not coming out.
The key ingredient to any successful relationship is communication, something the Wu-Tang Clan is learning the hard way. Last week, Raekwon talked with Rolling Stone about his opinion on RZA and the group’s long-awaited comeback album.