The Sacha Jenkins-directed four-part Wu-Tang Clan docuseries, Of Mics & Men premiered earlier this month on Showtime.
In a clip from a series of bonus scenes titled Hidden Chambers, RZA and screenwriter Paul Cuschieri connect and talk about their collaboration and creative process on the set of Hulu’s Wu-Tang film.
This clip features RZA interacting with actor Shameik Moore, and Cuschieri, who gushes over working with the rapper, saying, “I think he’s a true artist.”
The Of Mics & Men docuseries chronicles the lives and careers of the Wu-Tang Clan members while transcending music to touch on the socio-cultural commentary and intimate personal portraits of each member.
Watch the bonus clip below.
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