Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man and Raekwon recently talked about their new "Wu-Massacre" album (which includes Ghostface Killah) and Meth says that it was forced/hurried by Def Jam using limited money and time. According to the rapper slash actor, time restraints were put on them by the label.
"We're not doing this to win," he said in an interview. "We're not doing this to bring Wu-Tang to the forefront. We're not doing this to save the group. We're a part of the group," Method Man said recently in New York. "This album could have been done by Deck, U-God and GZA. Either/or, it's still Wu-Tang. The bottom line with this LP, it was something fans always requested…Def Jam put a rush on it. We didn't have a lot of time to work on it. We recorded with no budget. It is what it is. We did this for the fans. It felt good to get in the studio with Rae and Ghost. The future looks bright."
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