GZA: “Wu-Tang Hasn’t Been On The Same Page In Years”

    Everyone waiting on a new album from the Wu-Tang Clan probably shouldn’t hold their breath. At least, we’re feeling that way after reading GZA’s recent interview with Rolling Stone, in which he makes it clear that the guys haven’t “been on the same page in years.” Of course, most fans of the group have known this to be true for a while now, but it kind of sucks to hear it straight from the Genius:

    “We haven’t been on the same page in years,” he said, noting that he has no hard feelings about that. “Nah. It is what it is. Sometimes that match burns out. So, no, I don’t feel bad about it. It’s good. I’m grateful for everything we have done throughout our careers and if there’s nothing else to put out, then there’s nothing to put out. I’m constantly writing and working. It doesn’t stop there.”

    To be fair, it’s not like the Wu as a group has put anything out that memorable in the past 10 years. 8 Diagrams had some joints but on the whole? Nah. Anyway, GZA also revealed some more information about his new album, Dark Matter, that you can read below. [HHDX]

    “I had several different ideas and concepts in my head. It’s just a journey of the universe. Dark matter, dark energy,” he said. “The thing at MIT didn’t really have anything to do with it. This was just something that added to it. I mean, I never went to a university and linked up with, you know, quantum and astrophysicists and things of that nature. But it’s not like this is what sparked the idea for me to want to do this album.”