Contributed by AdamBernard:
The man formed arguably the most legendary crew in the history of Hip-Hop and his impact is still being felt today through both his music in the traditional form and his scoring of movies. On September 8th The Protector, starring Tony Jaa, hits theaters in the US and with RZA doing the movie’s score he sat down with us at RapReviews for an in-depth two part interview. In part one, RZA talks about The Protector, the differences between scoring a movie and producing a record, and the possible return of Bobby Digital. In part two, RZA discusses Quincy Jones’ unique influence on him, The Protector’s nearly four minute steady cam shot, and why he almost never came home after his first trip to China. Check it out at RapReviews.com (part1 / `part2).