The proposed album from Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon actually looks like it might be in the works, and Wu-Tang ringleader the RZA wants in on the action. The move might be surprising—especially considering this enormous lawsuit that looms over RZA and Ghostface’s heads—but will undoubtedly excite fans of the legendary hip-hop crew.
"I think it's a great idea," he said. "I was pushing that idea to them years ago. Back in the day, we was gonna have a branch called 'The Brothers From the Grain' that was kinda those guys right there. I'm gonna see Meth tonight in the studio to see if I could add on something to that project. Add some depth to it. They are three of the most prolific voices in Wu-Tang. Ghost would call it 'Three the Hard Way Doing Their Thing.' "
RZA doesn’t mention his troubles with Ghostface, instead choosing to focus on the positive aspects of the Wu-Tang members who are operating alone. “"Everybody has grown and matured to where we don't need each other. ... Everybody is now independent, and sometimes we become what I call interdependent,” he said. “We don't need each other, but it's good to work with each other and use each other's energy for the whole brand and the whole Clan.”