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Sway Talks With Rza And The Cast Of Wu-Tang: An American Saga At 92Y


The highly anticipated final season of Wu-Tang: An American Saga, the biographical drama series about the legendary hip-hop group, has arrived. The show, which airs on Hulu, chronicles the early days of the Wu-Tang Clan in the gritty streets of Staten Island. As fans eagerly await to see how the story will end, journalist Sway recently sat with Rza and the cast of the show at 92Y in New York City.


The group and Sway discussed their experiences working on the show, the legacy of the Wu-Tang Clan, and what viewers can expect from the final season. The cast of Wu-Tang: An American Saga is made up of talented actors who bring to life the unique personalities and styles of each member of the group.


Ashton Sanders plays the role of Bobby Diggs, also known as RZA, the founder of the Wu-Tang Clan. Meanwhile, Shameik Moore plays Raekwon, Siddiq Saunderson portrays Dennis ‘D-Love’ Coles, and Dave East takes on the role of Method Man. Other members of the Wu-Tang Clan are played by Joey Bada$$, Marcus Callender, Julian Elijah Martinez, Zolee Griggs, and Erika Alexander. Together, this talented cast brings to life the rise of the Wu-Tang Clan in a gripping and authentic way.


RZA, who serves as an executive producer and writer for the show, talked about his role in bringing the Wu-Tang story to life. He explained that the show is not just about the group’s music, but also about their struggles and triumphs as young men trying to make a name for themselves. “We wanted to show the human side of the Wu-Tang Clan,” RZA said. “We wanted to show their relationships, their conflicts, their dreams, and their failures


Sway, who is known for his work as a host and reporter on MTV and SiriusXM radio, praised the show for its authenticity and attention to detail. He shared that he was personally involved in ensuring that the show accurately portrayed the hip-hop scene of the early 1990s.


As for what fans can expect from the final season, RZA hinted that there will be some surprises and unexpected twists. “We’re going to take you on a journey that you didn’t even know you wanted to go on,” he said. He also talked about the enduring legacy of the Wu-Tang Clan and how their music continues to resonate with fans around the world.

Overall, the conversation between RZA, the cast, and Sway offered a fascinating look behind the scenes of Wu-Tang: An American Saga and the creative process behind the show. Fans can now tune in to Hulu to see how the story ends and say goodbye to the Wu-Tang Clan one last time.



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