The legendary Wu-Tang Clan's production has slowed down a lot since their 90s heyday, but crew members like Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Method Man and RZA have kept the group's legacy alive through acclaimed solo releases, guest appearances, acting gigs, etc. RZA took time out to examine how having some of the most die-hard and committed fans in music has helped keep the Wu relevant almost 20 years since they debuted.
"I think fans resonate with the artists that they are fans of, and most of us in the crew are very electronically savvy," RZA said. "That applies to video games and applications for iPhones or iPads. Our fans are like us, and we enjoy a lot of the same things. That's why I think certain items resonate with them, because they enter our world and vice versa."