The Wu-Tang Clan has announced that its A Better Tomorrow and its The Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin albums are in the works.
In a new list, GreenLabel.com names “15 Things That Would Makes The Wu-Tang Reunion Project A Success.”
One item on the list is to “bring the competitiveness back.”
“When the Wu-Tang Clan released Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) in 1993, the group became legendary for its recording technique,” the Green Label story says. “The members would literally battle for a spot on a record based on how good the verses they recorded for the beat were. This brought out the best in all of the members. The Wu members could use this technique again to galvanize their sense of competition and urgency, and once again make sure that every bar spit is a killer one.”
To see the full list of “15 Things That Would Makes The Wu-Tang Reunion Project A Success,” visit GreenLabel.com.