New music from vocalist Snoh Aalegra, produced by the almighty RZA, channelling Raekwon’s “Verbal Intercourse.”
The Verge: “Music icon RZA believes fans should appreciate music like an exclusive art. We sat down with the Wu-Tang Clan founder to talk about A Better Tomorrow, the rumored $5 million fans pooled together to buy a sole copy of its next album, and the so-called Wu-Tang Clan pay tier.”
In case you were wondering what RZA says at the end of the title track on Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow LP, we’ve reversed the audio for you. Play the clip below to hear RZA’s words, “The original man is god. The supreme being, black man from asia.”
The Wu-Tang Clan speak to MTV about Raekwon and RZA’s internal beef, and how they reconciled to get the Clan back together for their upcoming LP, A Better Tomorrow. Get More: Wu-Tang Clan, Music News
RZA teams with pop rock act, Faulkner, for this new track dedicated to the city that never sleeps.
As we reported a few days back, here is the first EP release from Dr. Pepper’s new One Of A Kind studio sessions, featuring four new RZA productions, with guest support from Rockie Fresh, Tinashe, RAC, and Robert Delong. EP’s from Dave Sitek and The Hood Internet will follow. RZA talks about the EP in [cont.]
RZA sits in with radio station Power 99, to discuss his new film Brick Mansions, working with Paul Walker, and the status of the new Wu-Tang Clan reunion album.
Soda giant, Dr. Pepper, has opened up a recording studio in Hollywood, a space that will be used to record a series of EP releases from various artists, as a part of their One Of A Kind series. Among the producers tapped to record for the series are each RZA, Dave Sitek, and The Hood [cont.]
RZA sits in with The Breakfast Club to speak on both Once Upon A Time In Shaolin and A Better Tomorrow, and further elaborates on Raekwon’s recent comments.
Ebro and Peter Rosenberg interview RZA on the Hot Morning Show. Looks like they are getting somewhere, at least with RZA….
Well, cats out of the bag. Raekwon just opened up to Rolling Stone about his potential absence from Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow LP, and really lets the sparks fly. No filter. All we can say is, this is quickly turning into a PR nightmare. Fix up, look sharp, gentlemen. Read on: RZA told Vlad [cont.]
While on the set of his new film, Brick Mansions, RZA spoke with Vlad TV about both of his upcoming Wu-Tang albums, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, the million dollar LP, and A Better Tomorrow, for mass consumption. He explains that he hasn’t really talked to Raekwon about participation on A Better Tomorrow, but [cont.]
The Wu-Tang Clan’s limited edition album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin – of which only *1* copy will be produced and sold to the highest bidder – has gotten offers up to $5 million, RZA told Billboard. “Offers came in at $2 million, somebody offered $5 million yesterday. I’ve been getting a lot of [cont.]
Unsigned Venice based group Faulkner get a bonus, freestyled verse from RZA on their cut “NY Anthem”, as premiered by Billboard this week.
RZA pays tribute to Nelson Mandela and the cast of Gang Related on this collaboration with vocalist Will Wells. He writes: “”CONTINUING ON GOOD VIBES AND INSPIRATIONS, HERE IS A SONG WE DID THIS WEEKEND IN THE STUDIO ENTITLED ” A GIFT A HOPE” BY THE RZA FT. WILL WELLS. INSPIRED BY THE GREAT NELSON [cont.]
Well, that was fast. RZA writes: “This song, entitled “Destiny Bends” was written last night after hearing the tragic news of the loss of a good man named Paul Walker. I met Paul on the set of the film Brick Mansion, where we talked, laughed, and exchanged ideas of life and fatherhood. I only knew [cont.]
From Chapter 52: China, CLOT co-founder Edison Chen continues the conversation with Wu-Tang’s RZA, discussing some of his favorite kung fu flicks and other aspects of Chinese culture.
As part of Chapter 52: China curated by CLOT, FRANK had founder Edison Chen sit down with Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA to examine the influence of martial arts and its fierce presence within the collective’s music.
Production duo Christian Rich taps RZA for a verse on this new track.
Alt-J have shared a reworking of “Breezeblocks” remixed by producer, multi-instrumentalist, and Wu-Tang Clan member, RZA. The remix premiered today on Jay Z’s Life + Times site. The release of this remix comes just in time for alt-J’s September 12th performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
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