Posted by , Oct 3, 2014 at 10:03am
Wu-Tang Clan inks a new record deal, and announce an official release date for their new album "A Better Tomorrow."

Wu-Tang Clan may be a veteran rap crew, but they continue to make moves in the present day. The rapper collective are attempting some unique marketing with their new commercial album, A Better Tomorrow, as we learned earlier this week. They're planning to drop a string of records off the new album via a limited edition Boombotix portable speaker. 

RZA revealed that would drop on Black Friday, November 28th, but that is not the release date for the actual album. During a press release, the Wu revealed that they inked a new deal with Warner Bros., and that the album was due out on December 2nd.

RZA spoke on the concept for A Better Tomorrow as well, saying that "you will find music that relates to the every man struggle, you will find music that relates to just the aggression of hip-hop, you will find music that relates to the idea that we want to inspire, to improve the world."

You can peep part of the press release below, thanks to Revolt TV.

[via HHNM]

Wu-Tang Clan Sign New Deal With Warner Bros, Announce "A Better Tomorrow" Release Date

Wu-Tang Clan inks a new record deal, and announce an official release date for their new album "A Better Tomorrow."


Wu-Tang Clan may be a veteran rap crew, but they continue to make moves in the present day. The rapper collective are attempting some unique marketing with their new commercial album, A Better Tomorrow, as we learned earlier this week. They're planning to drop a string of records off the new album via a limited edition Boombotix portable speaker. 

RZA revealed that would drop on Black Friday, November 28th, but that is not the release date for the actual album. During a press release, the Wu revealed that they inked a new deal with Warner Bros., and that the album was due out on December 2nd.

RZA spoke on the concept for A Better Tomorrow as well, saying that "you will find music that relates to the every man struggle, you will find music that relates to just the aggression of hip-hop, you will find music that relates to the idea that we want to inspire, to improve the world."

You can peep part of the press release below, thanks to Revolt TV.

[via HHNM]

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