- The de facto leader of the Wu-Tang Clan RZA is back with “The Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater.
- The lead single from his upcoming solo album, produced by DJ Scratch Vs. RZA.
As the title suggests, the song is ripe with Kung Fu references and precise strokes of EPMD legends and classic boom beat rhythms. The song is named after RZA’s weekly streaming series Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater with RZA, in which it provides ongoing commentary on the most popular martial arts films.
“The lyrical hip-hop part of me has had the opportunity to resurface during quarantine,” said a statement from RZA. “Scratching as a producer and putting myself under control as an MC freed me creatively and allowed me to play more with lyrical jokes and lyrical flow because I didn’t have to focus on everything. I thought lost.
It was natural for me to run and write about these songs. Previously, RZA HipHopDX said the album was also titled “Saturday Afternoon” by Kung Fu Theater, but he seems to have changed his mind.
While discussing his new campaign with Cadillac Escalade and AKG Studio’s state-of-the-art reference system, RZA said, “Sounds great, and I took the opportunity to release two of my new songs in demo form. So I have a song called “Pugilism,” which was produced.
DJ Scratch for me, and a new song, “Kung Fu Theater Saturday Afternoon. “I just said it out loud – I mentioned Escalade in that song. So crazy. I recorded it before the campaign.
“But what I’m going to do this summer – and I’m just going to announce it – I’m going to release this album,” he said. Scratch and I made an album. A few weeks ago there w, as a slight misprint in the media for Digital Potions.
No, the new album I released with DJ Scratch is called Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater.” According to the press release, Bobby Digital vs. RZA is expected to arrive on August 6. Until then, check out the single above.