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Wu-Tang Clan's The RZA

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Wu-Tang Clan's The RZA

Wu-Tang Clan's The RZA

Wu-Tang Clan's The RZA

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One of the founding members of the kung-fu-meets-hip-hop group the Wu-Tang Clan, The RZA also has written film scores, including those for Kill Bill and Ghost Dog, and a book called The Wu Tang Manual. He was born Robert F. Diggs in Brooklyn, N.Y. (This interview originally aired March 7, 2005.)

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