For those who may have had problems deciphering RZA’s lyrical styling’s on both “Unspoken Word” and Wu-Tang Clan’s 1992 record “Protect Ya Neck,” thankfully The Man With The Iron Fists director recently chopped it up with to break down the two records for their Decoded series.

With a final Wu-Tang album possibly dropping next year, RZA came across as quite enthusiastic as he deciphered his verse on the Staten Island crew’s debut single, “Protect Ya Neck.”

“I stroll with a holy robe. The robe is the robe the Wu-Tang masters would wear. Stroll with the holy robe then attack the globe with the buck us style, the ruckus. That’s the Wu-Tang style. Seeing how we bring the fuckin ruckus. We have ten times ten men, that’s 100. Committing mad sin. We was criminals,” RZA explained in a video posted on

Prior to speaking on the Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) track, RZA also broke down a few bars from “Unspoken Word,” a record featured on his solo album Bobby Digital In Stereo.

RZA joins the likes of past “Decoders” including Big K.R.I.T., Mac Miller, and Meek Mill thanks to his Decoded interview with

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