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RZA And DJ Scratch Host A Listening Party For Saturday Morning Kung Fu Theater In Los Angeles




Hip Hop legends, RZA and DJ Scratch have come together and released an album, Saturday Morning Kung Fu Theater produced by DJ Scratch. The two rap icons’ collaborative album is inspired by their love for martial arts. 

The Wu-Tang founder initially announced back in 2020, the project has proved to be well worth the wait, as RZA holds court atop Scratch’s sample-based production. The album contains hughlihts like “Fisherman, “Fate of the World” the latter of which dropped in February and was accompanied by a music video directed by Danny Hastings and The RZA.

On March 2nd, in a private mansion in the Hollywood Hills, CA. The rapper/producer hosted music industry guests, amongst the names were Roc Nation‘s Young Guru, actor, Flex Alexander and Snypes Murdock of Rock the Bells Radio to a night of live music, fire show dancer and martial Arts performance while “Fate of the World” track played in the background. Music for the evening was provided by DJ Carisma. Guests were welcomed to the event by cocktail waitresses in Wu Tang branded martial arts uniforms and sipped on RZA’s own’ Vuelo tequila. The event was produced by Alyi V founder/ CEO of The Alyi V Experience. The event was live streamed exclusively to fans through Cinema Giants

At the listening event RZA  spoke on teaming up with DJ Scratch and the inspiration for doing the album. “We named it that because we are flashing back to the days when we were young men coming from Brownsville Projects, then moving to Staten Island moving to Park Hill, Killa Hill,” Rza said. “And it took us to a place far far far away, because we have never been to China. We have never been to Thailand…and we saw men protecting women, fighting oppression…we saw chivalry and one man taking down 20 men, breaking bricks, using nunchucks,” Rza explains.

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