The legendary nine-man collective Wu-Tang Clan have gone nearly six years without a true studio album. That appears to be changing this summer, as 8 Diagrams will no longer be the reported final album from the Staten Island-Brooklyn-and Bronx, New York representatives. The eight living members of the Wu are said to be releasing A Better Tomorrow in July. The effort comes 20 years after the classic debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), released on Loud/RCA Records.

HipHopNMore reported that a U.K. press release coinciding with overseas dates confirmed the title and anticipated release season.

Next week, Ghostface Killah of the Clan, will release Twelve Reasons To Die, with producer Adrian Younge. The Soul Temple Records release is executive produced by RZA.



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