Editors’ Notes In the past Rza has used his Bobby Digital persona as an outlet for his more experimental impulses. The first two Bobby Digital albums were unrepentantly unorthodox, defiantly dissonant exercises in near avant-garde Hip-Hop productions and cryptic rhymes, based in Rza’s obscure but often compelling personal cosmology. Digi Snacks, represents a significant about face and is easily his most accessible solo album. HereRza trades the moodily abstract soundscapes of Wu-Tang’s The 8 Diagrams for rough-hewn old school funk reminiscent of his recent soundtrack work for Quentin Tarantino. The autobiographical “You Can’t Stop Me Now” yokes the boxy rhythm’s of the Whatnaut’s take on the Temptations’ “Message From a Blackman” with an ominous keyboard line, all to truly impressive effect, while the abstract keyboard noodling and ghostly vocal loops of “Money Don’t Own Me” recall the more adventurous moments of Rza’s earlier Bobby Digital efforts. His trademark lo-fi atmospherics are evident throughout and provide just the right amount of vintage Wu-Tang grit.

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