‘Digi Snacks’ info from RZA

    This is the “clean” version of the cover art for RZA’s new album Digi Snacks. His return to the hedonistic crime-fighting alter ego of Bobby Digital marks the end of a seven-year break since Digital Bullet. “This world wasn’t in a digital format in 1998,” explains RZA. “Now digital is the most compelling form of commerce and entertainment so this is like a re-launch of the character.” Collaborators on the album include guitarist John Frusciante, Dhani Harrison, The Black Knights, Dexter Wiggles, Shavo Odadjian, Reverend William Burke, Stone Mecca, Thea, and it includes one track produced by David Banner. The album is set for a July release and RZA will be touring around the country this summer with future-soul group Stone Mecca as his backing band. “You get the Manga, you get the Martial Arts, you get the Sci-Fi, you get the Blaxploitation, but you still get your real life because I’m a real person.”


    Tracklist (not in order) and tour dates below:


    Digi Snacks Intro [ft. Understanding]

    U Can’t Stop Me Now [ft. Inspectah Deck]

    Drama [ft. Monk and Thea van Seijen]

    Goodnight Kiss [ft. Rev. Burk, Thea van Seijen, and Crisis]

    Don’t Be Afraid to Call My Name

    Straight Up the Block

    Booby Traps / Digi Snacks [ft. Dexter Wiggles]

    Money Don’t Own Me [ft. Monk and Stone Mecca]

    I-Scream [ft. Dexter Wiggles and Crisis]

    No Regrets?Love Is Digi Parts II [ft. Kinetic and Crisis]

    Long Time Coming


    Try Ya Yi Ya [ft. Thea van Seijen]

    Creep [ft. Black Knights]


    June 10-Houston, TX@Warehouse Live

    June 11-Austin, TX@Emo’s

    June 12-Dallas, TX@Palladium Ballroom

    June 14-Denver, CO@ Cervantes Ballroom

    June 15-Salt Lake City, UT@ Urban Lounge

    June 17-Tucson, AZ@ Rialto Theater

    June 18-Phoenix, AZ@The Brickhouse

    June 20-Los Angeles, CA@Henry Fonda Theater

    June 21-San Francisco, CA@1015

    June 23-Portland, OR@Hawthorne Theater

    June 24-Seattle, WA@Showbox

    June 25-Vancouver, CAN@Richards

    June 27-Calgary, CAN@Sled Island Festival

    June 30-Minneapolis, MN@First Avenue

    July 01-Chicago, IL@House of Blues

    July 02-Pontiac, MI@Crofoot Ballroom

    July 04-Ottawa, CAN@New Capital HallJ

    ]uly 05-New York, NY@Webster Hall

    July 07-Philadelphia, PA@Trocadero

    July 08-Washington, DC@9:30 Club