“I feel sad for his family first and foremost; I know he has children,” RZA said.
You might not want to enter the fury of the Wu fans.
The rapper pulls no punches when it comes to the current state of the Wu-Tang, but he says it’s all because he’s looking out for the group’s fans as well as its legacy.
RZA Says Wu-Tang Clan Offered $5 Million for Only Copy of ‘The Wu — Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ Album
“The main theme is music being accepted and respected as art and being treated as such. If something is rare, it’s rare. You cannot get another.”
Scarcity caused species to die out and economic systems to crumble. And, according to an interview with RZA, now the Wu hope it will cause the music industry to self-destruct so that art can be reborn.
Everything is not right with the Wu.
On the DJ Mathematics-produced track Method Man shouts out Kanye and Frankenstein’s right-hand man, Igor, while Nathaniel takes care of the hook, making it clear you’ve entered the Wu, where cops are completely unnecessary.
Wu-Tang fans ain’t nothing to f*** with.
After releasing “Destiny Bends” when he heard of Paul Walker’s death earlier this month, the Wu-Tang Clan member has followed suit with “Gift of Hope,” a song acknowledging Nelson Mendela’s passing last week.
“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 him personally for less than a year, but we knew each other through our work and art. “
Just days after Rock The Bells announced this year’s show would feature virtual performances from ODB and Eazy-E, Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s widow demanded she be consulted before the project could continue.
November 2013 will mark twenty years since the release of Wu-Tang Clan’s debut album ‘Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).’ While the chatter of a reunion is humming louder than a swarm of killer bees, Cappadonna speaks out.