“That album is on repeat in my house," he told TMZ. "Me and my wife, we just sit down and it keeps us very zen in the crib. It had me washing dishes! It’s a good vibe.”
It's such a good vibe that RZA says he plans to follow suit. “André, congratulations. I’m actually gonna do another instrumental album myself. Hip Hop is going to show you that there’s no limits to what we do.”
He also added that contrary to some folks' opinions, Hip-Hop is actually doing okay. “Hip Hop don’t need saving, Hip Hop is just growing," he said. "Hip Hop is like New York City — another skyscraper, baby.”
We're about to get a lot more of RZA sharing his thoughts. Today (Nov. 29), he launched his new show, Wu-Wednesdays on LL COOL J's Rock The Bells Radio to audiences, a new venture that he knows will resonate with fans of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan and Hip-Hop in general.
"As a producer, I'm always looking to infuse my creative take on things, and this show will be that," RZA says.
He says the show, which will air every Wednesday at 3 p.m. EST, will also feature exclusive interviews, unique insights into the inner workings of the Wu-Tang Clan, as well as take a deep dive into the work of the Wu's most charismatic member, the late Ol' Dirty Bastard.
"We plan to make this thing like a very fun experience," RZA says. "And when you look at Rock the Bell Radio, a place where you get such great legends from Roxanne Shanté to Grandmaster Caz, there's so many great legends who host on the air and give us these classic vibes. Wu is gonna continue that, but also add that Shaolin bodega flavor that only we can bring."
Catch Wu-Wednesdays beginning on Nov. 29 on SiriusXM's Rock The Bells Radio.