After a pretty tense month, Wu-Tang Clan's website confirms that RZA and Raekwon have called a truce, and are back to working on the upcoming Wu album, A Better Tomorrow. Last month, Raekwon told Rolling Stone that he was on strike from the group, while RZA explained that the differences came down to a lack of communication. RZA then told Sports Illustrated that he gave Rae 30 days to either get involved with the project, or it may never get released.
The album is currently scheduled to drop in July. [via COMPLEX]