GZA's been eating steadily as of late, thanks to an unexpected (though in no way undeserved) bubble of interest in his 1995 opus Liquid Swords. He's been trekking around performing that album in its entirety so much, we almost forgot dude released a new record yesterday! Which is a shame, because tucked away at the end of Pro Tools is this slice of vintage breakbeat Wu, where GZA and RZA spit back and forth over Gary Numan's "Movies" about duh, movies (at least on the second verse, the first half is pretty...abstract). Unfortunately it doesn't follow in the footsteps of "Labels" by using titles as lyrics - there's no "Norbit had Jungle Fever for The Believer" type rhyme action to be found, but "craft service got nervous" might be in the running for couplet of the year.
Download: GZA f. RZA, "Life Is A Movie"