The RZA ft. Justin Nozuka, Kobra Khan & James Black - Gone

Posted 4 years ago
Tags: RZA
Producer:
Durrani Bros.
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Tomorrow, November 15, it will have been six years to the day since the untimely death of Wu-Tang legend ODB. In memory of his fallen friend and colleague, The RZA has enlisted an eclectic array of collaborators to craft promo single Gone. Here, the Durrani Brothers’ mournful production sets the stage for guest contributions from acoustic-soul singer-songwriter Justin Nozuka, rap mainstay Kobra Khan and Finger Eleven guitarist James Black, as well as the heartfelt lyrical stylings of Boby Digital himself. If you’re feeling this bittersweet tribute cut, you can also check out the David F. Mewa-directed official video, viewable here.

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