Redman Enters The Wu-Tang Clan And Adds Another Chamber (Audio)

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For years, Redman has been seen as an honorary member of Wu-Tang Clan. In fact, Wu Killer Bee Method Man has made nearly as much music with Red as he has with the Clan. Now, Red joins the Clan on a new track titled “People Say,” that was executive produced by RZA and which features Meth, Raekwon and other Wu brethren. No details have emerged yet about whether the song is part of a forthcoming Wu-Tang Clan project, but, for the last year, RZA has insisted that, if there is to be another Wu-Tang album, it will be in the hands of Ghostface Killah. Ghost’s lack of appearance on the song and RZA’s executive producer status suggest that this may not be part of that eventual project, but only time will tell.

In addition to new Wu-Tang Clan & Redman, the playlist has been updated with highlights from Saba, The Roots, Vince Staples and Action Bronson. Together, these artists join Sean Price, Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Logic, Nas, Joey Bada$$, Evidence, J. Cole, Oddisee, XXXtentacion, Big Sean, Freddie Gibbs, Raekwon, Vic Mensa, David Banner, Tyler, The Creator, Meek Mill, Jidenna and a host of others.