Over the past two decades, few groups have captured the minds and attention of Hip-Hop fans like the Wu-Tang Clan. Although the massive crew has been divided on the upcoming A Better Tomorrow album, the Shaolin Swordsmen all weighed in on the record and much more in a revealing profile piece.
In the nearly 20-year existence of the Wu-Tang Clan, most of the credit has gone to the RZA for orchestrating many of the massive crew’s moves. In a recent interview, the Abbot discusses the final chapter of the Wu saga, recording his last solo record, the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and much more.
While in NYC for the “Iron Fists” Tour, RZA stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss his upcoming film, The Man With The Iron Fists, and of course talk all things Wu-Tang Clan. Talking with Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee, the Abbott likened the creation of films to the creation of music […]