RZA narrates the trailer for this new film about the life of Ip Man, the man who trained Bruce Lee. Strangely, they use a track from The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack. The Grandmaster hits theaters August 30th.
Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt teams with RZA for this track from his August 20th release, Doris.
From Tony Touch’s The Piecemaker 3: Return Of The 50 MC’s, coming July 9th. Unorthodox by Raekwon, JD Era, Ghostface KIllah and The RZA
From the Prisoner Of Conscious LP, hitting May 7th.
“Post dubstep” producer James Blake collaborates with RZA on this gloomy, downtempo track. He speaks about it in the audio clip at the bottom.
Another one from The Answer, hitting April 16th.
RZA’s “Ode To Django” only made the iTunes version of the Django Unchained soundtrack, which you can hear below.
RZA sits down with Rolling Stone to give another interview on his new film The Man With The Iron Fists. He speaks on his inspirations as a filmmaker, creating the score and soundtrack, and more.
RZA’s directorial debut, The Man With The Iron Fists, may have left something to be desired, but filling that void is it’s soundtrack, which once again proves where his true strengths lie. Acting more as the executive producer of the project, RZA’s fingerprint is all over the soundtrack, not only producing four of the album’s [cont.]
RZA stopped by Fuse TV to discuss his new movie “The Man with the Iron Fist,” the film’s soundtrack, and how ODB inspired Russell Crowe’s character.
RZA’s directorial debut comes in the form of The Man With The Iron Fists, a Quentin Tarantino produced, Eli Roth co-written homage to classic kung-fu films of the 70′s. RZA’s no stranger to Hollywood, having scored Jim Jarmusch’s now classic Ghost Dog, appearing with GZA and Bill Murray in perhaps the most memorable scene of [cont.]
The RZA speaks on the dynamics and hidden layers in his new movie “The Man With The Iron Fists,” out Nov. 2nd. The movie stars Russel Crowe, Lucy Lui, David Bautista, Cung Le, Pam Grier, Rick Yune, and The RZA himself who explains each character has an in-depth back story which could lead to sequels [cont.]
Wahid of Karmaloop sits down with the RZA to discuss his feature film ‘The Man with the Iron Fists’. They talk everything from watching martial arts movies with ODB as a kid to directing his own movie, working with Quentin Tarantino & Kanye West, to the origin of the Wu-Tang logo, playing chess and chopping [cont.]
A look into the elaborate process of creating the limited edition, hand-pulled silkscreen edition of The Man With The Iron Fists vinyl LPs. Music: The Black Keys / RZA “The Baddest Man Alive”.
With The Man With The Iron Fists already in the can, rapper-slash-director RZA is attached to two new projects, says The Hollywood Reporter. RZA will reportedly direct John Milius’ Genghis Khan biopic, with producers Andre Morgan and Peter Lam, in a story told from the perspective of Khan’s son and grandson. RZA is also assigned [cont.]
From Eric Calderon and RZA, the creators of the smash hit Afro Samurai, comes a mesmerizing and hypnotic prequel to Universal Pictures ‘The Man with the Iron Fists’ which finds the Blacksmith (RZA) on his way to China via a Dutch trading vessel. At a typical port stop, the Blacksmith and the crew have an [cont.]
Maybe this should be billed as The Black Keys VS. RZA. Directed By Chris Marrs Piliero, from The Man With The Iron Fists motion picture soundtrack on Soul Temple / Stax / RED Music.
BET has partnered with the Brick City TV producers Marc Levin and Mark Benjamin, (producers of the Peabody Award-winning and twice Emmy nominated series “Brick City”) and Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award nominated filmmaker Sam Pollard (“Slavery By Another Name” and “Four Little Girls”) to produce a two-part news documentary, “SECOND COMING?: WILL BLACK AMERICA [cont.]
Due this Tuesday, October 23rd. Features the Wu-Tang Clan, Kanye West, Ghostface Killah, Pusha T, Method Man, Freddie Gibbs, Raekwon, Flatbush Zombies, Talib Kweli, M.O.P., and more. The Man With The Iron Fists Soundtrack by Man With The Iron Fists
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