Six Directions of Boxing

Album: The Man with the Iron Fists (2012)


  • This track is from the RZA-directed martial arts film The Man with the Iron Fists. The Wu-Tang Clan leader also produced the entire movie soundtrack "That title is from one of my favorite Kung Fu movies," he told Billboard magazine.
  • The song features all the original living members of the Wu-Tang Clan rhyming back-to-back. RZA told Billboard magazine, how he assembled his group for this track. "For me to have six Wu-Tang members going back to back, that's like another kind of boxing for me," he said. "GZA doesn't really do compilations like this but he came on board and added his lyrics, his flavor to the song, and U-God, he really came hard and his voice is so immaculate. The DJs are gonna have a lot of fun spinning that one."


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