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The rap collective's new video is a compilation of shots of protesters hitting the streets in the wake of the non-indictments of police officers who killed Mike Brown and Eric Garner.
Fans began wondering if the DJ had purchased the one-of-a-kind album after it appeared in the music video for his 'F**k That'.
Wu-Tang Clan created their sixth studio effort, 'A Better Tomorrow', amid disputes between members RZA and Raekwon.
The title track of the group's upcoming album features a sample of Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes and Teddy Pendergrass' 'Wake Up Everybody'.
The song, which features an intro from the late Ol' Dirty Bastard, appears on the long-awaited 'A Better Tomorrow' album that's coming out on December 2.
The group explains the project was nixed because they and Drizzy had different things to rap about, saying the Canadian MC wanted them 'to talk about broads' while they weren't 'in a broad mode.'
The group's long-awaited album to mark their 20th anniversary is set to hit the stores on December 2, becoming their first project to arrive under the record label.
The nine living members of the rap group, including Raekwon, RZA and Cappadonna, also talk about their reunion and their long-awaited album in an interview during the show.
A representative for the veteran singer confirms the collaboration, saying, 'She recorded her parts separately, so I don't believe there was direct interaction.'
The track, which is previewed by Wu-Tang Clan's affiliated producer Tarik 'Cilvaringz' Azzougarh, features verses from Ghostface Killah and what sounds like Cher's vocals.
The 'Brick Mansions' star says they have to settle the dispute within the next 30 days or 'A Better Tomorrow' might be canned.
The rap group's mastermind RZA says that someone has offered $5 million for 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin', the 31-song album whose release date is still unknown.
The double album titled 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin', which took six year to complete, will be taken to a tour before being sold to a lucky fan for millions.
The member of the New York-based group says that he and other members can't let RZA, who helms the project, take care of everything.
The track will appear in the New York-based rap group's new album, 'A Better Tomorrow', which is scheduled to be released in June.