It’s a mild 70 degree day in Los Angeles and RZA is wearing a wool Burberry blazer and has consumed several cups of herbal tea, doused with honey to boost the flavor. Despite his apparent wintertime survival ritual, not a bead of sweat is visible on his brow and he appears to be extremely comfortable […]
RZA, who’s found his footing in Hollywod both behind the scenes and in front of the camera, appears in a new segment by Funny or Die. Parks and Recreation is the basis of the brief clip, which shows the Wu-Tang Clan legend auditioning for a part in the NBC series.
The wide disconnect within the Wu-Tang Clan seems to become more apparent each week. Recently, the RZA stated he is unclear why Raekwon has yet to participate on their new album.
While Wu-Tang Clan members and fans bicker and babble over the whereabouts and rollout of A Better Tommorrow, the RZA is claiming that their not-so-secret-anymore album is the one that will be the goldmine.
The entertainment world will likely never be completely healed from the tragic death of Paul Walker, who perished in a fiery crash eerily mirroring the scenarios from the Fast & Furious movies that made him a household name.
Many are still in shock and disbelief after the tragic death of actor Paul Walker, who lost his life in a car accident over the weekend. Less than 48 hours later, RZA delivers a heartfelt song titled “Destiny Bends” as a homage to the late star’s legacy.
This weekend, fans celebrated the 20th year anniversary of the Wu-Tang Clan‘s debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). However, there seems to be a riff in the crew as RZA and Raekwon aired disagreements over what’s holding up the release of their final studio album, A Better Tomorrow.
RZA is basically telling the Dutch singer who is suing him to kick rocks. Late last year, Thea Van Siejaen filed a lawsuit alleging that the rapper, producer, actor and movie director owed her a significant amount of money in royalties and other payments.
RZA is getting sued, and this time it isn’t by one of his fellow Wu-Tang Clan group members. Dutch singer Thea Van Siejaen alleges that the music producer and movie director failed to pay her a significant amount of money.
For the latest installment of Life+Times’ Decoded series, the Jay-Z sponsored site sat down with RZA, who broke down a verse from notable The RZA as Bobby Digital In Stereo cut “Unspoken Word” and his bars from the infamous Wu-Tang track “Protect Your Neck.”
After years of planning, and months of promotion, RZA’s feature film directorial debut, The Man With The Iron Fists is in theaters today (November 2nd). The movie stars himself, Lucy Liu and Russell Crowe, and should be a fun ride for kung-fu movie fans as it contains many blatant and subtle odes to classic movies […]
The RZA has come along away since a failed deal with Tommy Boy Records led to the creation of the Wu-Tang Clan. In a feature profile in GQ magazine, the rapper/producer/actor and now very official director—The Man With The Iron Fists is in theaters tomorrow (Nov. 2nd)—talks about everything from his Shaolin come up to […]