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Stream Wu-Tang Clan’s New Album ‘The Saga Continues’

The Wu-Tang Clan have been in the news recently because of the drama involving Martin Shkreli and members of the hip-hop group even wrote a verse crapping on the now jailed former hedge manager and pharmaceutical CEO. Now, the legendary hip-hop group is back to music and released their new album titled “The Saga Continues.”
“The Saga Continues,” Wu-Tang’s first album since 2014’s “A Better Tomorrow,” is produced by Mathematics and executive produced by RZA. The 17-track album features the signature Wu-Tang members Ghostface Killah, Method Man, GZA, Raekwon, Inspektah Deck, and Masta Killa, but U-God does not make an appearance. You can listen to the new album on iTunes or stream it on Spotify
“For years, Math has had the idea of putting together a body of music using modern and legendary equipment such as ASR10 with vocal performances by Wu-Tang Clan members and other prominent MCs,” RZA said. “With The Saga Continue she’s created a masterpiece.”
1. “Wu-Tang the Saga Continues Intro” Feat. RZA
2. “Lesson Learn’d” Feat. Inspektah Deck and Redman
3. “Fast and Furious” Feat. Hue Hef and Raekwon
4. “Famous Fighters” (Skit)
5. “If Time is Money (Fly Navigation)” Feat. Method Man
6. “Frozen” Feat. Method Man, Killa Priest, and Chris Rivers
7. “Berto and the Fiend” (Skit) Feat. Ghostface Killah
8. “Pearl Harbor” Feat. Ghostface Killah, Method Man, RZA, and Sean Price
9. “People Say” Feat. Wu-Tang Clan and Redman
10. “Family” (Skit)
11. “Why Why Why” Feat. RZA and Swnkah
12. “G’d Up” Feat. Method Man, R-Mean, and Mzee Jones
13. “If What You Say is True” Feat. Wu-Tang Clan and Streetlife
14. “Saga” (Skit) feat. RZA
15. “Hood Go Bang!” Feat. Redman, Method Man
16. “My Only One” Feat. Ghostface Killah, RZA, Cappadonna, and Steven Latorre
17. “Message”
18. “The Saga Continues Outro” Feat. RZA

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