15 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wu-Tang mastermind RZA reconvenes his famously fractious clan for a sixth and possibly final album. A Better Tomorrow may be but an echo of the group's seminal masterpiece Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), but it's still the Wu: gritty, grimy, bumpin'. Having graduated from the days of tape decks and turntables to film scores and session players, producer RZA turns in a slicker vision here: "Preacher's Daughter" is a lush throwback to Dusty Springfield, and the nimble "Keep Watch" is jazzy boom-bap. The album kicks off with "Ruckus in B-Minor," a throwback to the classic "Bring da Ruckus"; it features a cameo by deceased member Ol' Dirty Bastard.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wu-Tang mastermind RZA reconvenes his famously fractious clan for a sixth and possibly final album. A Better Tomorrow may be but an echo of the group's seminal masterpiece Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), but it's still the Wu: gritty, grimy, bumpin'. Having graduated from the days of tape decks and turntables to film scores and session players, producer RZA turns in a slicker vision here: "Preacher's Daughter" is a lush throwback to Dusty Springfield, and the nimble "Keep Watch" is jazzy boom-bap. The album kicks off with "Ruckus in B-Minor," a throwback to the classic "Bring da Ruckus"; it features a cameo by deceased member Ol' Dirty Bastard.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
504 Ratings

504 Ratings

ANDREEZUS ,

TAKE IT BACK TO 79'!!!!

I love Wu, but they need to bring their original style to the new generation and not conform to the new standards of "music".

AreEye ,

Back to form.

As a lifelong Wu-Tang Clan fan I've been as let down as anyone with their recent releases...that said, Ruckus in B Minor brought that old feeling back. Yall know the one.

K.A.R.I.M ,

Not some of their best work

Don't get me wrong I'm a HUGE wu-tang fan but what in the word is this? I miss those old rza beat that make u say ohhhh that's straight fire. And half of the clan don't sound like they are into it they are just there to get paid. If this is their last album as the clan it's a shame. Never the less 👐 forever

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