By Kevin Rutherford
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.
After fussing and feuding for weeks, culminating in a declaration from RZA that the Clan’s new album, A Better Tomorrow, likely would not come out if Raekwon was not part of it, the duo has reportedly reached a truce, Consequence of Sound reports.
In a post on the group’s website, it was noted that Raekwon is set to hit the studio in the coming days, likely to finish work on A Better Tomorrow. It also made mention of the RZA-Raekwon “truce,” though it’s unclear what the details of said truce were and what got the pair to come to an agreement.
RZA had previously told Raekwon to get on board with the album despite his ill feelings toward it; otherwise, it wasn’t going to come out at all.
In other Wu-Tang and Wu-Tang-affiliated news, Christ Bearer, the rapper who cut off his penis and leaped off a two-story balcony, has finally broken his silence on the matter.
According to the New York Daily News, the rapper born Andre Johnson said he was upset after being unable to see his two daughters — culminating in the penis-severing incident and subsequent suicide attempt after reportedly having smoked marijuana.
According to the report, doctors were actually able to reattach the organ via plastic surgery with nearly complete functionality. Christ Bearer is not a part of Wu-Tang but has been affiliated with them with his own releases in the past.