Wu-Tang Clan’s Full Lineup Reunites on “The Daily Show”

It was the whole nine yards for the Wu-Tang Clan last night on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, as the full lineup of Raekwon, GZA, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, and Cappadonna made their return to TV. The fully formed group performed the new track “Ron O’Neal” as well as their 1997 classic “Triumph.” It was certainly a triumphant return for the group, as RZA and Raekwon have now clearly buried the hatchet. Watch the footage below.

The group also took the opportunity to announce that their next album, titled A Better Tomorrow, will be dropping in November with a lead single of “Ron O’Neal.” This will be the first release since 8 Diagrams came out in 2007. Let’s not also forget the single-copy, 31-track album Once Upon A Time In Shaolin that RZA is hoping to sell to the highest bidder in excess of $1 million. Better start saving…

Read “Everything We Learned About Style From Wu-Tang” here.

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