Wu-Tang Clan fans’ hearts, be still: it looks like a new album (that isn’t just being made into one physical copy, that is) from the rap group is coming, after all.

After fussing and feuding for weeks, culminating in a declaration from RZA that the Clan’s new album, A Better Tomorrow, likely would not come out if Raekwon was not part of it, the duo has reportedly reached a truce, Consequence of Sound reports.

In a post on the group’s website, it was noted that Raekwon is set to hit the studio in the coming days, likely to finish work on A Better Tomorrow. It also made mention of the RZA-Raekwon “truce,” though it’s unclear what the details of said truce were and what got the pair to come to an agreement.

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RZA had previously told Raekwon to get on board with the album despite his ill feelings toward it; otherwise, it wasn’t going to come out at all.

In other Wu-Tang and Wu-Tang-affiliated news, Christ Bearer, the rapper who cut off his penis and leaped off a two-story balcony, has finally broken his silence on the matter.

Read more on Radio.com.


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