FIRST SINGLE "PEOPLE SAY" FEAT. METHOD MAN, RAEKWON, INSPEKTAH DECK, MASTA KILLA PLUS REDMAN OUT TODAY
OTHER VOCAL APPEARANCES BY WU-TANG’S GHOSTFACE KILLAH, MASTA KILLA, RZA, CAPPADONNA, ODB, KILLAH PRIEST PLUS SEAN PRICE AND MORE
(August 25, 2017 -- New York, NY) – Entertainment One (eOne), 36 Chambers Lifestyle and RZA announce the release of Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues, the first musical offering from 36 Chambers Lifestyle on October 13, 2017. Executive produced by RZA with creative production by Wu-Tang's longtime DJ, Mathematics, the studio album includes 15 tracks, and features vocal performances by RZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killa, Inspektah Deck, Masta Killa, Cappadonna, ODB, Redman, Sean Price, Killah Priest, Chris Rivers, Rmean, Mzee Jones and Hue Heff.
The first single, "People Say," features Wu Tang Clan members Method Man, Raekwon, Inspektah Deck, Masta Killa, with Redman.
Alan Grunblatt, President of Urban and Rock, eOne Music, says, “RZA has been doing business with us since 2002. Bobby Digital’s ‘La Rhumba’ helped put us on the map. We are thrilled to be back in business with him.”
36 Chambers Lifestyle is a lifestyle company created to house innovative efforts in the music, art, fashion, and literary spaces. Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues is the inaugural album to be released by the company. For years, Math has had the idea of putting together a body of music using modern and legendary equipment such as ASR10 with vocal performances by Wu-Tang Clan members and other prominent MCs.
RZA says, “With The Saga Continues he’s created a masterpiece. We at 36 Chambers Lifestyle are honored to work with our brother to put out a great piece of art.”
Upcoming Tour Dates:
Sept. 1 - Raekwon - Kalamazoo, MI, The Back Room Sept. 3 - Method Man & Redman -Chicago, IL - Soldier's Field Sept. 7 - Raekwon - Buffalo, NY - Waiting Room Sept. 16 - Raekwon - St. Paul, MN Amsterdam Bar & Hall Sept. 10 - Wu-Tang Clan - Clio, Michigan - Cannibis Cup Sept. 15 - Ghostface Killah - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Bowl Sept. 16 - Wu-Tang Clan Chicago, IL - Riot Fest Sept. 17 - Raekwon - Los Angeles, CA - Paid Dues Fest Sept. 22 - Raekwon - Tulsa, OK - The Vanguard Sept. 24 - Raekwon - Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey Sept. 25 - Raekwon - Austin, TX - Antone's Sept. 26 - Raekwon - San Antonio, TX - The Korova Oct. 6 - Raekwon - St. Paul, MN Amsterdam Bar & Hall Oct. 7 - Raekwon - Los Angeles, CA - Globe Theater October 8 - Ghostface Killah - Atlanta, GA - Georgia Freight Depot Oct. 21 - Ghostface Killah - Chicago, Il - Navy Pier Additionally, 36 Chambers Lifestyle fashion arm, 36 Chambers menswear, is set to launch a new vegan accessories line, The Pineapple Collection, in the coming months.
For more information, contact: Giovanna Melchiorre (eOne) at 212-353-8800 x5279 / firstname.lastname@example.org Fairley McCaskill - 212-353-8800 email@example.com
For 36 Chambers Lifestyle, contact: TreMedia: Tresa Sanders at 646 553 5203/ firstname.lastname@example.org
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