RZA has linked up with Boombotix once again to unleash another gem. This time, it’s a track from the late and great Ol’ Dirty Bastard titled “Obey Me.” The song was originally cut during the recording of ODB’s 1994 debut album Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version. RZA sat down with Rolling Stone to talk about the cut:
He was f*ckin’ buggin’ out on this song that night. Dirty felt that anything he made was supposed to be released. I was more critical of what we released. And even though some people may listen to his first album and go, ‘Sh*t, this is crazy, this song fits right in.’ To me, there was a method to the madness of what we did. And with the stuff that didn’t make the album, there was a clear reason why in the narrative of what I was striving to create with his style.”
In order to get your hands on the track, you can purchase the REX portable speaker to get three versions of the song: the original, and two remixes from Shash’U and High Klassified. Listen to the Shash’U remix below.
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