GlobalGrind's Sharon Carpenter caught up with RZA to talk about everything from shooting the fight scenes of the movie, to how late and great Wu-Tang member Old Dirty Bastard's influence played a pivotal role in The Man With The Iron Fists.
RZA had a one-on-one interview with the legendary Funkmaster Flex, wherein he opened up about everything from the origin of his idea for the new film, to how legendary it was to have some of the key players involved.
RZA had a one-on-one interview with the legendary Funkmaster Flex, wherein he opened up about everything from the origin of the Wu-Tang Clan, to the idea of the brotherhood of the Kung-Fu that kept them all together.
RZA is making his character debut as the Blacksmith in his new film The Man With The Iron Fists that is set to hit the silver screen on November 2nd, but not before we give you a thorough introduction to the man who owns the iron fists, the Blacksmith himself.
The song is a romantic ode to someone special. Now, he doesn’t say any names, but you know the saying, art imitates life, so we can't help but think that he might be talking about a certain Kim Kardashian.
There is only one rap team that has been able to put an entire forgotten borough on the map: Wu-Tang. In the early nineties, the Wu put all of Staten Island on with the leadership of none other than the Abbott, RZA.