The release of RZA’s much-anticipated, Quentin Tarantino-produced and R-rated kung fu epic The Man with the Iron Fists is drawing near, and the equally anticipated soundtrack has hit the web today. Highlights include Kanye West’s soulful contribution ‘White Dress’ (which comes with a globe-spanning collage video directed by DanTheMan), RZA reteaming with BlakRoc collaborators The Black Keys on the swaggering ‘The Baddest Man Alive’, and the reunited Wu-Tang Clan back together on the eerie track ‘Six Directions of Boxing’. There are plenty more great collabs to be found throughout — including Talib Kweli & Res, Pusha-T & Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Pharoahe Monch — and a DanTheMan-directed video has just hit today for the Method Man, Freddie Gibbs and StreetLife single ‘Built For This’. Below you can find the album stream, both music videos, as well as two new character trailers for Bronze Lion (UFC fighter Cung Le) and Madame Blossom (Lucy Liu), in which the film continues to look ridiculously badass.
The Man with the Iron Fists OST is out October 23. Stream it below.
The Man with the Iron Fists hits US screens on November 2. The NZ release has been pushed back to February 21. Watch two new character trailers below.
Watch the video for Kanye West’s ‘White Dress’, below.
Watch the video for the Method Man, Freddie Gibbs and StreetLife track ‘Built For This’ below.