From the film Cut Throat City comes a Wu-Tang collaboration as RZA and Ghostface vibe out and are “Fighting For Equality.”
If you somehow managed to miss the incredible “battle” between DJ Premier and RZA, fear not.
The entire video was uploaded for you to check out.
The reason why it’s difficult to call it a battle is because this was more like watching two legends trade war stories and be in awe of each other’s ability. There wasn’t really a pre-planned strategy and fans were treated to a fantastic session of classics and b-sides.
Set list is below.
Nas finally drops the sequel to his classic The Lost Tapes and we’re all still soaking it in. But one of the most eye-opening tracks is “Tanasia,” produced by the one and only RZA. It makes you wonder what a Nas x RZA EP would sound like.
Fresh from the release of the Wu-Tang Clan documentary that premiered on Showtime titled “Wu-Tang: Of Mics & Men,” we get some new Wu-Tang music. A seven track EP drops today and we get this tasty team up with RZA and Ghostface, who are “On That Shit Again.”
The RZA stopped by Funkmaster Flex’s show to absolutely go bananas for nine minutes over three different instrumentals. Watch and behold.
Ghostface Killah, RZA, Cappadonna and DJ Mathematics perform “My Only One” with Steven Latorre on the Tonight Show. I hope you have that new Wu-Tang purchased or else you’re sleeping on something special.
Everybody likes Chipotle, right? Well, even if you don’t, you may find this commercial featuring the RZA putting together the ingredients to be quite entertaining. Using ingredients to make his beat like his burrito, RZA helps Chipotle deliver “Savor.Ways.” It’s not as corny as you thought it would be.
New Wu Tang Clan music? Yes, please. Straight off of the soundtrack for HBO’s Silicon Valley, Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and RZA connect for “Don’t Stop.”
The RZA drops a remix to the unreleased Adrian Younge joint that features singers Karolina and Laetita Sadier off of Younge’s upcoming album Something About April 2. The remix happened because RZA was inspired by the score that Ennio Morricone provided for Quentin Tarentino’s “The Hateful Eight.”
Earlier this year, RZA was exploring the archives of tapes stashed at the Wu Mansion when he came across the unreleased ODB recording.