RZA has announced full details of a new album and shared its latest track – listen to ‘Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater’ below.
The track is the latest preview of ‘RZA vs Bobby Digital’, out on August 6 and executive produced by DJ Scratch.
The Wu-Tang Clan leader last released music under the Bobby Digital name – which sees him take on the alter-ego first presented in his 1998 debut solo album ‘Bobby Digital in Stereo’ – in 2008.
Originally teased as an album called ‘Bobby Digital: Digital Potions’ earlier this year, the album was previewed by first song ‘Pugilism’.
Listen to new track ‘Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater’ below.
Discussing the new album in a statement, RZA said: “Lyrically the hip-hop part of me had a chance to re-emerge during quarantine. Giving Scratch the reins as a producer and me taking the reins as an MC, that’s what frees me up creatively and lets me play more with lyrical gags and lyrical flows because I don’t have to be focused on everything.
“He (Scratch) delivered tracks that resonated and brought me back to a sound that I felt was missing. For me it was really natural for me to flow and write to these songs.”
Elsewhere, The Prodigy recently shared a new version of their 1996 classic single ‘Breathe’, featuring vocals from RZA.
The new version (dubbed the ‘Liam H And René LaVice Re-Amp’) features production from the band’s Liam Howlett alongside Canadian producer René LaVice. It’s taken from the soundtrack to Fast and Furious 9.