Never Let Go

Album: A Better Tomorrow (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • This song starts and ends with Martin Luther King samples taken from the Civil Rights Movement leader's famous 1963 I Have A Dream speech. Wu-Tang's RZA told NME: "The ending quote (about "whirlwinds of revolt" leading to justice for black US citizens) – that's more relevant now than it ever was. Sadly."

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