Warner Brothers Records is the new home for Wu-Tang Clan novel record ‘A Better Tomorrow’.
Wu-Tang Clan has announced to release the 20th anniversary album on December 2, 2014. Warner Brothers will be producing the upcoming‘A Better Tomorrow’ by Wu-Tang Clan. According to the studio Wu-Tang Clan has always been responsible for making a deep discography of iconic rap music.
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The CEO and Chairman of the Warner Brothers Records, Cameron Strang, told Billboard that the studio is spawning successful plans for the prosperity of each group’s individual member and at the same time launching Wu-Tang into a complete brand beyond their music.
He also said that it’s been two decades since the Wu-Tang Clan has remained the chief force in hip hop music and both him and his whole team is excited to have them on board. In addition to that, he said that this was a historical day for Warner Brothers Records and they can’t wait to contribute to the next phase of Wu-Tang Clan’s career.
"Wu-Tang Clan is excited to join the Warner family of esteemed artists," Wu-Tang Clan said of joining Warner Bros. in a press statement. "After 20 years in the business with different label outlets, we are delighted to be amongst a team of industry professionals who understand our unique artistry and will help spread it to the masses unadulterated."
Earlier this week the leader of Wu-Tang Clan called RZA and told Billboard that the new song “A Better Tomorrow” may truly deliver the goods. The song proves RZA right as it does bring a notable exodus from RZA’s typical gothic production style.
RZA explained that the experience and process of creating this album has been very unique. The first step was taken back at the home studio in L.A. From there the journey led to Southern California where an old pal named Adrain Younge did some work in his basement where he had all the 60’s equipment.
The next stop was at Memphis and numerous songs got recorded with the person who played on a number of Isaac Hayes music along with Stax, Hi and Willie Mitchell records. He also told Billboard that he recorded a song using the same old equipment which was used to make ‘Love and Happiness” at Willie Mitchell’s studio along with his son Boone Mitchell.
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Earlier this year, a record called The Wu--- Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, was created by RZA and this song almost garnered a $5 million bid. According to Billboard a Bluetooth speaker will be released early this week embedded with the record ‘A Better Tomorrow’ as a bonus track.