Raekwon has been complaining about the new Wu-Tang album a lot lately, but he still wants fans to pick it up. “I’m supporting it,” Rae said in an MTV News interview. “Go get it. I’m on it. I laid down the dressing on that. But like I said, it could’ve been stronger! I know the capabilities that we all have when we all sit in the room together. And then, at the end of the day, it was leaning towards RZA’s world. I told RZA, ‘This is a Wu-Tang Clan album. This ain’t RZA’s album.’ If we say, ‘We need this to proceed,’ respect what we need to proceed.”
This conflict within the Wu camp may continue for a long time, as Raekwon plans to team up with the rest of the group for another project titled Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang. This time, RZA will not be around to ruin the album with his amazing production skills.