Wu-Tang Clan are back with a new single, six years after their last release.
Out now, ‘Claudine’ includes verses from Wu-Tang members Method Man and Ghostface Killah, as well as a feature from Dutch singer and Roc Nation signee Nicole Bus.
Produced by Wu-Tang's long-time collaborator DJ Mathematics, the track is based on the 1974 Harlem-based film Claudine, covering similar themes to the film such as heartbreak and love.
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In a statement, Mathematics said: "'Claudine' was made as a dedication to my mother as well as an ode to all mothers, wives and young women, reflecting their struggle, strength, courage and love."
The last release from Wu-Tang Clan was their 2017 album ‘The Saga Continues’, which featured Raekwon, Method Mad, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Redman and more.
Wu-Tang have been out on a worldwide tour this year with hip hop legend Nas, travelling to the likes of London, Melbourne, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, Dublin, Glasgow and other major cities.
Earlier this year, Nas released a surprise album, titled 'Magic 2' which came as a sequel to his Hit-Boy-produced ‘Magic’, which included the track ‘Wave Gods’ featuring A$AP Rocky and DJ Premier.
Listen to Wu-Tang Clan’s new single 'Claudine' below.
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