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Wu-Tang Clan get it together

Angus Batey, The Guardian, 11 July 2008

"I'LL BE HONEST with you, and I'll be honest with your paper," sighs Robert Diggs, managing to sound both emphatic and resigned at the same time. The founder of the Wu-Tang Clan – whose Wu-Tang name is RZA, pronounced Rizzer – leans forward on a sofa in a utilitarian conference hotel in London's docklands, as he discusses his relationship with his band mates. "After last year, I don't really have the enthusiasm to do business with them any more. But they're my brothers for life, and when we get on stage, you wouldn't think that we ever have a problem."

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