Legendary New York rap group, Wu-Tang Clan have announced plans to reissue ‘Wu-Tang Forever’, which was originally released in 1997.
The re-release is planned for June 16, and comprises of 27 tracks spread across a four disc set. Wu-Tang Forever was the group’s second album, which was a follow up to their seminal debut LP ‘Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers’.
There is also talk of two further albums being released as RZA and Raekwon have buried the hatchet and are looking to get their forthcoming album ‘A Better Tomorrow for months’ finished off with RZA putting a 30-day deadline on it. While the producer Tarik Cilvaringz has provided a small glimpse of ‘One Upon A Time In Shaolin’ which has also lead to reports believing it will be released.