Wu-Tang Clan sensei RZA and Interpol frontman Paul Banks have been making music together since 2011, but they haven't really tested the bonds of their relationship until now, when Banks dragged RZA into the Hot Ones studio without telling him what was in store. Of course, the Abbot has plenty of Shaolin powers to draw upon while facing down the Scoville sword style of Pain 100% and Mad Dog 357. Find out how the pair do against five wings of death in this week's HOT ONES.
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Banks and Steelz - a musical collaboration between Wu Tang Clan's RZA and Interpol's Paul Banks sat down with Hard Knock Tv's Nick Huff Barili for an in-depth interview. In part 2 of the conversation RZA and Paul share how Elton John, Leonard Cohen and John Frusciante inspired him. As the conversation progresses both artists recall their memories of Prince, David Bowie and Phife Dawg from Tribe Called Quest. Part two takes us back to Paul's childhood and how he was introduced to hip hop through N.W.A and later was influence by Deltron 3030 and Outkast's Stankonia. Much more to come! Make sure to subscribe to www.youtube.com/hardknocktv to be notified of our latest videos, including when part 3 is uploaded with more from Banks & Steelz (Rza + Paul Banks).
Banks & Steelz have revealed the album's track-listing (see below), plus special guest appearances by Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine, Kool Keith, and Wu Tan Clan's Ghostface Killah, Method Man, and Masta Killa.