NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UPI) -- Wu-Tang Clan will release A Better Tomorrow in December.
The album was conceived to celebrate the hip-hop group's 20th anniversary, and will debut under a new deal with Warner Bros. Records. A Better Tomorrow is Wu-Tang Clan's sixth studio album; the group last released 8 Diagrams in 2007, although many members have released solo albums since.
"Wu-Tang Clan is excited to join the Warner family of esteemed artists," the clan said in a statement. "After 20 years in the business with different label outlets, we are delighted to be amongst a team of industry professionals who understand our unique artistry and will help spread it to the masses unadulterated. In the words of Ghostface, when it comes to being signed to Warner Bros., 'we're getting Bugs Bunny money.'"
Wu-Tang Clan debuted new single "Ron O'Neal" on The Daily Show in August. The group said at the time "A Better Tomorrow" references the future they would like to build for themselves and the world. A Better Tomorrow is scheduled for release December 2, and single-edition secret album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin is still in the works.