Track List

Ruckus in B Minor


40th Street Black / We Will Fight

Mistaken Identity

Hold the Heater

Crushed Egos

Keep Watch


Preacher's Daughter

Pioneer the Frontier


Ron O'Neal

A Better Tomorrow

Never Let Go

Wu-Tang Reunion

Wu-Tang Clan - A Better Tomorrow (2xLP + Bonus Instrumentals + Download Card)
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Record Label: Warner Brothers

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The new Wu-Tang Clan album A Better Tomorrow – on vinyl at last. Double vinyl, includes five exclusive instrumental cuts!

Warner Bros. Records has signed a global recording contract with legendary rap group Wu-Tang Clan, including RZA, GZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, and Cappadonna. The group's first release on the label will be the highly-anticipated 20th anniversary album. This will be the 1st release from the legendary group in 7 years.

Homer Johnsen of HipHopDX stated, "The album achieves a successful yin and yang between the long-time Wu sound and RZA's overall, progressive vision. All in all, the Wu remains palatable. They each have their own skillset they bring to the table, and all of them do so with varying degrees of grit on the album."[45] Andy Gill of The Independent said, "It’s a pretty decent album, with their trademark melange of rap stylings at their most spikily effective, each track switching between self-promotion, street-crime narrative, social commentary and cosmological speculation as different members take the mic."[36] David Jeffries of AllMusic said, "RZA executive produces to perfection, and somehow, orders this diverse, 15-song track list into a sensible flow. Don't call it a comeback, call it a collective, or a compilation from solo artists who sound enthused to be back with an especially inspired RZA as ringleader."

Sam Moore of Drowned in Sound stated, "Fifteen new tracks make the cut on A Better Tomorrow, with the oft-masterful RZA handling production on ten of the offerings. But the record doesn’t successfully break new ground as much as it reassuringly treads familiar paths: samples of dialogue and fighting sequences from old martial-arts films, cut-and-paste instrumentals that numerous members of the Clan take turns to go in over, and a plethora of references to those halcyon ’93 days. You know, classic Wu-Tang stuff."