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10 October, 2010@8:03 am
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RZA recently released a new track in honor of his fallen Wu-Tang brother ODB and Sally Menke, long time editor for Quentin Tarrantino. The track sounds like a hip hop update of a Morricone score from an old-western film coupled with a soulful chorus, calling on the talents of Justin Nozuka and Kobra Khan, with guitar played by James Black of Finger Eleven.

Here is the link to listen or download the RZA track “Gone”

http://live.rzawu.com/gone.html

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4 Responses to "RZA – “Gone” (MP3)"
  • Alex says:

    Spaghetti Western Rap! Good track.

  • dnpmonk says:

    Damn RIP ODB.
    This song kinda gets ya.

  • sara says:

    its not about ODB u twat

  • Jose says:

    Actually it is. In RZA’s first verse he says “Who could replace the space of Unique Ason.” Ason Unique is one of the ODB’s handles. In fact this was played right after ODB’s death anniversary on the Wake Up show and dedicated to ODB by RZA. Educate yourself, girl. Peace to the GOD!

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