Incredibly, you are about to watch RZA, the 40-year-old mastermind behind the Wu-Tang Clan, kick a Six Million Dollar Man jigsaw puzzle canister off my head.
Riverhead Books recently published The Tao of Wu, the RZA’s new manifesto, and graciously offered True/Slant the opportunity to interview him at lower Manhattan’s USA Shaolin Temple. This is where, under the tutelage of Shi Yan Ming, he honed the martial-arts skills frequently alluded to in his lyrics and book.
Here in part one, RZA discusses kung fu and Ol’ Dirty Bastard before totally getting all chop-socky on my jigsaw puzzle.
Part two of the interview is here.
6 thoughts on “Interview with RZA, Kung-Fu Master (Video)”
Awesome! You’re a maniac, Sellers.
I don’t know much about RZA, but what little I know about his philosophy I find appealing. His music for Ghost Dog is spot-on amazing. Cool interview – I’m gonna have to check out more about him…
This is so amazing.
One, amazing that you are interviewing RZA, who is a genius and two amazing that you convinced him to kick a can of your head. Just amazing.
Yeah, and he hadn’t slept in over 30 hours. It’s nuts.
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