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RZA

RZA is the Wu-Tang Clan’s chief producer. Also known as the Abbott, Prince Rakeem, Rzarector, Bobby Steels and Bobby Digital he was born as Robert Diggs. RZA first surfaced in the rap game during the early '90s as a member of the rap group All In Together Now, a group from Staten Island, New York which also contained fellow Wu-Tang members such as GZA/Genius and Ol' Dirty Bastard.



Following All In Together Now, he signed to the famous rap label Tommy Boy under the name Prince Rakeem. He issued his first EP Ooh We Love You Rakeem in 1991. A video for the song Ooh We Love You Rakeem was also made and sent to music television stations.

After his deal with Tommy Boy he formed the Wu-Tang Clan together with his fellow members. After a huge underground buzz surrounding the hit Protect Ya Neck he was able to sign the group to Steve Rifkind’s Loud Records.

RZA, as a producer, is responsible for many Hip-Hop influential classics such as the group’s 1993 debut Enter The Wu-Tang 36 Chambers, which is considered to be one of the most influential albums in it’s genre. Since that album he has created countless solo albums for the group, plus three more group albums.

Outside of the Wu-Tang Clan and family he’s also a wanted producer. He has created wonderful songs for legends such as the late Notorious B.I.G. and Big Pun.

In 1995, RZA became the Rzarector, forming the group named Gravediggaz together with Prince Paul, Frukwan and the late Poetic. Their debut album 6 Feet Deep was received as a classic.

RZA has never released a true RZA album; however he does have two albums out but under his alter ego named Bobby Digital. The first Bobby Digital album, In Stereo, created a whole new sound in Hip-Hop. Bobby Digital sophomore album, Digital Bullet, was released in 2001 and spawned the hit La Rhumba.

Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai was the first soundtrack RZA ever created. It contained stunning verses by the Wu-Tang family and friends over vintage RZA beats. For the director Jim Jarmusch he not only created the soundtrack for the movie, but also the score. It’s not going to be his last project in the movie business since he’s working together with Quentin Tarentino, of Resevior Dogs & Pulp Fiction fame, on his fifth movie, Kill Bill.

In 2003 RZA brought his talent to another continent, Europe, for his compilation that features European artists over his beats. The project named The World According To RZA was received as a success in Europe and especially Germany.

The RZA’s first true solo album is set to drop in 2003. Be prepared. 
Name: RZA
Real Name:
Robert Diggs
Label: N/A
Web: N/A
Producer: YES

Group:
  1. Wu-Tang Clan
PHOTOS
DISCOGRAPHY
Ooh I Love You Rakeem - 1991 [Promo CD]
Ooh I Love You Rakeem - 1991 [12" Single]
Wu-Wear: The Garment Renaissance - 1996 [Promo CD]
Tragedy - 1997 [Promo CD]
Tragedy - 1997 [Promo 12"]
B.O.B.B.Y. - 1998 [Promo CD]
As Bobby Digital In Stereo - 1998 [Promo CD]
As Bobby Digital In Stereo - 1998 [Album]
B.O.B.B.Y. - 1998 [Promo CD]
B.O.B.B.Y. - 1998 [Promo 12"]
NYC Everything - 1998 [12" Single]
The RZA Hits - 1999 [Album]
Cakes - 2000 [Promo 12"]
Cakes - 2000 [CD Single]
Wu-Tang Mix - 2000 [Album]
Domestic Violence Pt. 2 - 2001 [Promo CD]
The Interview - 2001 [Promo CD]
It Must Be Bobby - 2001 [Promo CD]
Digital Bullet - 2001 [Album]
Digital Bullet (Limited Edition) - 2001 [Album]
La Rhumba - 2001 [CD Single]
The Rhumba - 2001 [Promo CD]
La Rhumba - 2001 [ECD Single]
La Rhumba - 2001 [CD Single]
The Rhumba - 2001 [Promo CD]
The RZA Hits Mega Mix - 2002 [Promo 12"]
Brooklyn Babies - 2002 [Promo CD]
World According To RZA - 2003 [Album]
Saian - 2003 [Promo CD]
Saian - 2003 [12" Single]
I've Never Seen... - 2003 [CD Single]
Ich Kenne Nichts (Das So Schön Ist Wie Du - 2003 [CD Single]
Birth Of A Prince - 2003 [Album]
We Pop - 2003 [CD Single]
MUSIC / DOWNLOADS
  1. Terrorist (Japanese Version) (2003)
    • ft. Killarmy, Black Knights
  2. Ich Kenne Nichts... (Band Edit) (2003)
    • ft. Xavier Naidoo
  3. Freestyle (Future Flavorz) (2003)
  4. We Pop (Demo Version) (2003)
    • ft. Division
  5. Grits (Original Version) (2003)
    • ft. Masta Killa
  6. Shaolin Rooftop Talk (Da Great Siege) (Original Version) (2003)
    • ft. Masta Killa
  7. Money 1st (2003)
    • ft. Masta Killa
  8. Never (Mixtape) (2003)
    • ft. Freemurder
  9. VH1 / Roc-A-Fella Corrections (2003)
  10. U Used 2 Be (Mixtape) (2003)
  11. I'm Back (Mixtape) (2003)
  12. Get Familiar (Mixtape) (2003)
    • ft. Cilvaringz, Zu Keeper, Prodigal Sunn, Freemurder, PC
  13. Unleash Me (2005)
    • ft. Prodigal Son, Christbearer • Producer RZA • Album Unleashed Film
  14. Outline - Wutangcorp.com exclusive! (2005)
    • Producer RZA
  15. Fatal (2005)
    • Producer RZA • Album Blade Trinity Soundtrack
 
 
 RZA NEWS  
  1. Get the Original Sound Track from The Man with the Iron Fist (2012-10-27)
  2. RZA To Release his second book The Tao Of Wu (2009-07-30)
  3. RZA dropping knowledge on DJ Derezon's free mixtape (2008-08-27)
  4. Bobby Digital returns with DIGI SNACKS on June 24th (2008-05-24)
  5. Get free tickets for RZA @ Futuresonic 2008 (2008-04-18)
  6. RZA as Bobby Digital headlines Futuresonic 2008 (2008-03-19)
  7. Afro Samurai - Exclusive Snippet (2007-01-23)
  8. The RZA: Afro Samurai Soundtrack (2007-01-10)
  9. Afro Samurai Website up (2006-12-03)
  10. RZA scores The Protector (2006-08-30)
  11. RZA book signing at Rock The Bells (2006-08-03)
  12. Comic-Con 2006: Afro Samurai (2006-07-24)
  13. RZA scores another film (2006-07-15)
  14. RZA filming "The Take" (2006-07-12)
  15. RZA To Score Afro Samurai Anime (2006-05-21)
  16. Wu Music Group - Stone Mecca (2006-03-09)
  17. RZA onfront of SCRATCH magazine (2006-01-31)
  18. RZA Rides The Soul Plane (2004-05-29)
  19. RZA Interview with IGN (2004-05-15)
  20. Final RZA Tourlist (2004-04-24)
  21. Keeping Score: Another RZA Q&A (2004-04-23)
  22. RZA Talks Tarentino (2004-04-22)
  23. The Africana QA: The RZA (2004-04-16)
  24. Q&A with Wu-Tang producer and Kill Bill composer RZA (2004-04-14)
  25. RZA and ODB to release DVD's (2004-04-10)
  26. RZA Tour May 2004 (2004-03-10)
  27. RZA wins Echo Award (2004-03-09)
  28. RZA responds to U-God and clears Aftermath rumor (2004-03-02)
  29. Another score for RZA (2004-02-27)
  30. RZA doing more movie scores (2003-12-16)
  31. Bobby Digital Presents Northstar (plus track listing) (2003-12-05)
  32. RZA protégé Northstar release debut album (2003-12-03)
  33. RZA interview with The Onion A.V. Club (2003-11-19)
  34. North American RZA tour cancelled (2003-11-16)
  35. Off on a Tangent with RZA (2003-10-31)
  36. RZA in The Source (2003-10-30)
  37. RZA tour dates, plus Wu-Wear ban (2003-10-27)
  38. We Pop video premiere (2003-10-23)
  39. RZA on tour through North America (2003-10-23)
  40. After the Birth, Grits, Run and Ninja Scrolls (2003-10-20)
  41. RZA Cracks A Cheese Smile Over 'Kill Bill,' Calls Tarantino A 'Genius' (2003-10-18)
  42. Birth Of A Prince’s first week, new video, plus tour information (2003-10-14)
  43. RZA on Kill Bill (2003-10-10)
  44. RZA responds to Gravediggaz rumours (2003-10-08)
  45. RZA & Wu-Tang Update (2003-10-08)
  46. RZA rocking at Virgin (2003-10-06)
  47. RZA signs to Sanctuary (2003-09-18)
  48. RZA helps Quentin Tarentino on Kill Bill (2003-09-09)
  49. Rapped in himself (2003-08-29)

 
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