RZA Vs Bobby Digital

Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater

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Back in 1998, RZA had already cemented his status as Wu-Tang Clan's man behind the boards, producing the entirety of the group's respective solo albums - When it came to his own breakout moment, the producer opted to introduce the world to Bobby Digital, a cartoonish, hedonistic mad-rapping alter ego and grew so fond of the character that he released another album under the moniker before finally delivering 2003's “Birth of a Prince” as the RZA.

Now it seems Bobby Digital is back in the picture and potentially set to square up with his host.

The new album features the hard-hitting single, “Saturday Afternoon Kung Fu Theater”. According to a press release, DJ Scratch handles production on the album. ‘Giving Scratch the reins as a producer and me taking the reins as an MC, that's what frees me up creatively and lets me play more with lyrical gags and lyrical flows because I don't have to be focused on everything’, RZA explained in a statement.

It's as moody and visceral as you’d expect, laced with a kind of weird, dark humour and joint-inflated pomp and swagger as the two MCs attempt to out-do each other line on line. It’s brave, outlandish and riddled with attitude. The beats are tight, freewheeling and brimming with tension. 


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