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article imageWu-Tang Clan plan new album for July release

By Layne Weiss     Apr 13, 2013 in Entertainment
Legendary HipHop group Wu-Tang Clan have a new album coming out to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)." The new album, "A Better Tomorrow," is scheduled to be released this July.
The project will be the group's first "proper" album since 2007's 8 Diagrams, Rolling Stone reports.
Some of the group's members did however work together on RZA's "The Man With The Iron Fists" soundtrack last year.
This weekend, the group is performing at the Coachella music festival in California and will perform there again April 21. They will then travel to Paris for Le Zenith, and return back to the United States for Bonnaroo in Tennessee, which takes place June 13-16. They will close out their mini tour in the United Kingdom for two shows, one at Manchester's O2 Apollo on July 25 and another at London's O2 Academy, The Daily Mail reports.
A complete list of tour dates is available here.
Recently, Wu-Tang member Masta Killa discussed a reunion. He said although they hadn't recorded in some time, there had never been any "major break ups" in the group. He also said he believed RZA should lead the project.
Sadly, one of the original Wu-Tang members will not be there for the reunion as Ol' Dirty Bastard died in 2004. Fuse reports that all living members will be involved in the reunion. Rest in Peace, ODB.
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