What Happened to Wu-Tang Clan’s Remix With Drake? The Wu Speaks (Video)

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During the lead up to the release of Drake’s Nothing Was the Same album, one of the things that had Head’s most excited was the prospect of a collaboration with Wu-Tang Clan on Drake’s song “Wu-Tang Forever.” Despite confirmation from members of the Wu that the remix was official and that some of them had actually recorded their verses, the remix was never released.

During a recent sitdown with MTV, RZA, Ghostface and U-God spoke about what happened to the infamous remix. U-God, similar to last year, maintains the Clan “came too hard for him” with their verses, not as a diss, but as a stylistic clash with the ballad tenor of the song. Check out the video.

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