Posted by Robert
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11/12/2004 7:26:08 AM
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Wu-Tang are to perform tonight (Nov. 12th) for the first time in five years on the East Coast, but recently GZA spoke about it.
"It's like a family reunion," said The GZA. "It's always good to get back and kick it and see what's on each other's minds and give people a show."
He was also asked about the past shows, he said how wild they used to be.
"We just went with whatever the DJ came on with, and nothing was pretty much organized," The Genius said to local New Jersey news. "It was pretty much chaotic. ... But I think, years later, we're more focused. We know what we want to do, how we want to come out."
When talking on the future of the clam GZA suspects the Clan could be nearing the end of its legendary era.
"We all have our own goals," he says. "I think I will always be involved in hip-hop on some level, but I don't think we will be making too many more albums as a Clan. Maybe one more. I don't know how many members want to continue to do this as a group. It's been 10-plus years, so it's just time to move on."
For GZA, it seems he would like to involve film in his future. He has directed Wu-Tang videos and he and RZA also appeared as themselves in the Jim Jarmusch movie "Coffee and Cigarettes." GZA generally would like to write more in film rather than acting.
"Basically, I just want to write, when it comes to film. I want to... produce and direct. I'll do television or movies, sitcoms, whatever. Even commercials. I just love writing."
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