Wu-Tang Clan ends feud and reunites on The Daily Show
Members of the Wu-Tang Clan appear to be serious fans of late-night TV, because the whole gang reunited for a special performance on The Daily Show.
All nine musicians showed up for the appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Even RZA and Raekwon ended their feud (which was caused by their creative differences on the direction of their new album, and lack of communication) and joined the other members GZA, Ghostface, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa and Cappadonna.
There was no sign of beef during the show, and when Stewart asked how the group managed to keep the whole band together, RZA said, "I think we're all striving for a better tomorrow. Wu-Tang, we all have something in common with each other as a brotherhood.
"When we say 'a better tomorrow,' we're striving to make a better tomorrow for ourselves, but also to inspire a better tomorrow for the world," he added.
It may have been a tumultuous year for the hip-hop group, but they impressed with their new single "Ron O'Neal" and the classic 1997 track "Triumph." Oh, but there's even more good news for fans of the group, because they revealed that they will be releasing their much-anticipated new album just in time for Christmas.
The upcoming album A Better Tomorrow will be released in November and will be the group's first since their 2007 album 8 Diagrams.
Yet one of the most impressive parts of the Wu-Tang Clan's appearance on the late-night slot was the fact that they could all actually fit around show host Stewart's desk for the interview.
Check out the videos from the show, below: