The future of The Wu-Tang Clan's A Better Tomorrow seemed up in the air a few weeks ago when RZA gave his fellow Wu-Tang member, Raekwon, 30 days to decide whether he was going to be a part of the upcoming album. Today, Wu-Tang announced that RZA and Raekwon have reached a "truce," and that Raekwon is scheduled to enter the studio to complete verses for the album.
The news comes from Wu-Tang's own website, and the post says that more details will be coming. The album is due out in July and would have been the first record that all living members would not be a part of, had Raekwon and RZA not settled their rift.
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