A new Wu-Tang Clan album is reportedly in the works. A long-awaited follow-up to 2014’s A Better Tomorrow… album is in steady motion.
According to producer Erik “Rook” Ortiz, he has joined in on the project’s sound.
J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League producer Erik “Rook” Ortiz got the call from Ghostface about doing some production work on the future project last week, he confirmed with HipHopDX. Ghostface told DX in June that he’d been given the keys to the Wu-Tang kingdom by RZA and that he’d be calling the shots on the next reunion album. (HHDX)
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Last month, the Wu’s Raekwon announced plans to put out a new LP in 2017.
Rae recently celebrated the 17-year anniversary of his Immobilarity album.
Last year, the Wu group member talked about possibly piecing together a follow-up to 2014’s A Better Tomorrow album.
“No, I don’t think so,” Rae responded when asked if A Better Tomorrow would be the last Wu album. “Wu-Tang, like we always told you, it’s going to be forever. We’re going to look to see what happens though, but I doubt it. All the members don’t feel like “It’s over, it’s over.” I think dudes just want to make sure that our business is perfect and we can go on and still do what we love to do. Wu-Tang will make another f—ing dope album again. I have no doubts and no questions about that.” (Billboard)