Today, the Wu-Tang Clan have given us another taste of what's to come on their upcoming album, A Better Tomorrow. Their fourth single, "Necklace," was produced by Wu-Tang affiliate 4th Disciple. The album will hit stores on December 2nd.
We know Wu-Tang for passing the lyrical baton every chance they get and we've grown accustomed to that. It's nice to see the hip hop vets have not deviated from their original style. Gritty beats, dusty piano keys, and gun shots, and other various dark sounds creep in the background while GZA, Raekwon, Ghostface, and Cappadonna rap about the good ol' rugged streets of New York and the trouble jewelry can cause. Raekwon raps, "I keep my neck frozen, .45 loaded, please don't approach this / Rope is so ferocious, diamonds that shine in oceans / Keep you arm distant from my carats, silly rabbits / Make me get my barrel, spazzed out and cause havoc."
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Source: WU MUSIC GROUP SoundCloud