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Posted on Apr 24, 2014 04:58 pm
The RZA has cast doubt on the release of planned new Wu-Tang album, "A Better Tomorrow," saying that without Raekwon on board for the record it may never be released.
As Gigwise notes, in the latest chapter of the drama surrounding the long awaited new Wu-Tang album and the war of words between RZA and Raekwon, the rapper has told Sports Illustrated that the hip-hop collective must unanimously decide to release without Raewkwon or "A Better Tomorrow" will never be released.
"The album is slated to come out in July," RZA told the publication. "If we don't come to terms within the next 30 days, then this will be an album without Raekwon or the album that will not see the light of day."
Don't panic though as he also says that he believes it will come out despite the issues.
Meanwhile Wu-Tang are also preparing the release of their one of a kind record, a unique piece that they aim to sell for millions of dollars. According to the latest reports RZA claims to have had interest from numerous buyers even before it is taken to art galleries around the world.