The Wu-Tang Clan has inked a new major label deal.
The legendary Rap collective signed a global recording contract with Warner Bros. announced Friday (Oct. 3), writing a press release stating their excitement to have a huge musical entity behind them.
'After 20 years in the business with different label outlets, we are delighted to be amongst a team of industry professionals who understand our unique artistry and will help spread it to the masses unadulterated. RZA and his brother Divine CEO of Wu-Tang felt synergy with executive/producer Rob Cavallo and Cameron Strang, and decided Warner Bros. would be a suitable home for their brand and band, and a great place to carry on the Wu-Tang saga. In the words of Ghostface, when it comes to being signed to Warner Bros., 'We're getting Bugs Bunny money.''
The Wu also revealed Dec. 2 as the official drop date for their 20th anniversary album A Better Tomorrow, which marks their first project under Warner Bros.