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The Wu-Tang Clan released audio for their new song, "Keep Watch" on Wednesday.
NME reported that Wu-Tang Clan has released a new track from their upcoming album, A Better Tomorrow.
Last year, member RZA announced that the album was in production, but later told fans that they would have to postpone its release due to Raekwon's absence from the studio.
RZA explained that the other members have put effort into the album, but Raekwon has yet to show up.
"I respect that everybody [is] busy with they own lives," RZA said. "I started with a plan that I thought would work. Now maybe my plan's not working."
RZA, Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Inspectah Deck have all recorded their parts, and it is unknown whether Raekwon has finished his portion.
The Huffington Post reported that Wu-Tang Clan has not released an album since 2007 with 8 Diagrams.
Last year, Wu-Tang released the song "Family Reunion" as they announced their reunion for their 20th anniversary.
The band announced that the new album will release despite Raekwon's hesitance. The album is currently with producers for final preparations.
Warning: "Keep Watch" contains inappropriate language