Wu-Tang Reunion

Album: A Better Tomorrow (2014)
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  • Wu-Tang close their A Better Tomorrow album, with this track, which was originally released as a single in 2013 under the different title of "Family Reunion."
  • A Better Tomorrow found the Wu-Tang members reunited for the first time on a record since 2007's 8 Diagrams. "It ended with 'Family Reunion' because we feel Wu-Tang comes together - whether it's us or our fans or people that ever had any inspiration from Wu-Tang - it's a family reunion," RZA explained at the album's listening party. "We're a rare breed on the planet Earth. I think over the years, I've come to realize that the people that you attract or attract you are somewhat part of your family because it's a mind set - it's a mindframe."
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