In the early '90s, RZA stitched together scratchy old soul records, dialogue from '70s kung-fu movies, Staten Island slang and floor-rumbling beats to build an intimidating platform for the Wu-Tang Clan's ninja raps. That makes him one of the few men who can say he truly invented his own style of hip-hop, but the man born Robert Diggs was hardly content to stop as a mere architect. He arrives in Houston this time behind new movie The Man With the Iron Fists, in which he directed, co-scripted and co-stars with Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu. Think he throws a punch or two?
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