RZA

After years of ruling over their respective fiefdoms in the Big Apple Hip-Hop scene Jay Z and the RZA finally connected on 2011′s “Watch The…

The world is still reeling from the sudden death of actor Paul Walker due to a car crash in Los Angeles over the weekend. While…

Wu-Tang is for the children and twerking is for grown-ups. At least that is the opinion of the Clan’s Abbott, The RZA. In an interview…

Before RZAbecame famous, he was known as Robert Fitzgerald Diggs. While his government name doesn’t quite have the same edge as RZA, he talks about…

RZA talked to “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” about how he’s taken hip-hop from mixtapes to movies, and he also revealed how playing chess helped…

Kanye West may be spending time praising Mannie Fresh but Wutang Clan’s The RZA has some kind words for Yeezy. During one of those extensive Red Bull Music Academy lectures The RZA discussed his work with Kanye West on My Dark Twisted Fantasy and what he observed about his work ethic. “I spent two weeks […]

In promotion of his new RZA’s World App, The Wutang Abbot challenges Jay-Z to a friendly game of chess. “What up Jigga, holla at the RZA. Let’s get a game goin,” he says while brandishing some seriously over-the-top jewelry. One of the app’s features is a 3D chess game. “I think that would be a […]

Back in 1991, the GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and RZA appeared on a Bronx, NY public access show, Rhythm & Soul, to promote the new album by the GZA, then known as The Genius, Words From The Genius.

Over the weekend, Big Pun aficionados hit the streets and rallied to rename the Bronx, NY intersection of 163rd Street and Rogets Place as Big Pun Place. The spot, which houses the iconic Pun memorial painted by the TATS Cru, needs some petition signatures to have a shot at becoming official, but it got us […]

For as much television we watched after school back in the ’90s, we’re wondering how we completely forgot about this 1993 commercial for Nintendo’s Super GameBoy attachment for the SNES featuring voice overs from RZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and Prince Paul.

Fans of the Wu-Tang Clan have noticed that the group’s self-proclaimed “Abbot”, The RZA, hasn’t been putting in much work on any of the group’s solo records.  In a candid interview with NYC’s Breakfast Club on Power 105.1, Raekwon says The RZA has just lost his ear for beats!

The RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan had hit rapper Game with a cease and desist over a song with the looming threat of a lawsuit.