RZA & Ghostface Killah Are, Fighting For Equality, On Gritty & Cinematic New Single

With Wu-Tang Clan leader and founding member, RZA. Getting set to finally release his very highly-anticipated new crime thriller film, Cut Throat City. This coming Friday, Aug. 21st.

RZA continues the rollout for the film. By releasing his very gritty new single, Fighting for Equality. That finds the RZA collaborating with fellow Wu-Tang Clan member, Ghostface Killah. For a very gritty and cinematic new collaboration that has that classic Wu sound. With both RZA and Ghost bringing straight furious darts of bars. That have you feeling like you’re apart of the track that’s like a movie. It’s only right. As it’s also part of the six-track soundtrack for the RZA-directed film. That will be released on Friday as well through RZA’s lifestyle company and label, 36 Chambers. In conjunction with the release of Cut Throat City in select theaters and on digital formats as well.

Though the single wasn’t released through iTunes and other digital ISP till today. It was first premiered through Complex yesterday. With RZA having the following to say about the new collaboration between him and Ghostface, “The song was inspired by what the four heroes of the film have to tread through in order to get their bearings in an unjust system. A system splattered with inequalities and corruption. Although the film is set in 2005 with Hurricane Katrina as a backdrop, we find ourselves in 2020 in a similar political and social landscape.”