Wu-Tang Clan confirm release date for 'A Better Tomorrow'

After more than a year since the latest Wu-Tang Clan album was due to be released, group leader RZA has finally confirmed when it will hit the shelves.

In an interview with Billboard, the rapper said that the new record 'A Better Tomorrow' will be available by Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. Which this year will be the 28th November, although it is still not known whether that date still applies for its UK release.

The album was originally due to drop last year to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the group's consummation, but after a very public fall out between members Raekwon and RZA, the project was put on hiatus.

[Via NME]

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