Wu-Tang Clan founder GZA’s rhymes are rarely what they first seem. His knack for wordplay is legendary itself, and it’s hardly smoke and mirrors. “I take an awful lot of time to sit down and write, but I don’t take all that time to keep [listeners] puzzled,” he tells Todd Peterson of Las Vegas Weekly. He’s not trying to hide anything or play a game, but there is room for interpretation. GZA says, “To listen to something over and over and each time you listen to it you hear something different or you catch new things—then that’s being creative.”
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