This is a little early, but it's something: Next November, a year from now, the Wu-Tang Clan's 1993 debut will see its twentieth anniversary. In a recent interview with MTV, the group's Ghostface Killah dropped word that, while recording his Supreme Clientele follow-up, he also recorded material that could end up being future Wu. "While I was doin' my Supreme Clientele shit, the second one, The Wally Era, I was doin' joints for the next Wu album," Ghost told MTV.
He also talked about the RZA--who made his directorial debut with The Man with the Iron Fists today--and noted that he wouldn't be where he was today if it weren't for the veteran artist. Said Ghostface, "He knows what it takes to go ahead and get there. He done studied the game now...I believe in him because if it wasn't for him I wouldn't be standing here today, regardless of what." Check the clip out below.
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