The RZA (born Robert Fitzgerald Diggs) is one of the legendary staples of hip-hop mucis. The de facto leader of the Wu-Tang Clan produced most of the collective's body of work, which also included rappers Method Man, GZA, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah. Following the death of member Ol' Dirty Bastard, Wu-Tang Clan started to branch out, and RZA turned his attention to numerous solo projects while also breaking into film. While the Wu-Tang Clan rarely performs together anymore (they did reunite for the 2013 Coachella Festival), it hasn't prevented RZA from playing concerts with his numerous side projects, though he has personally stated more of an interest in acting and directing as of late.
Since the group's inception in 1992, performances have been notorious for high-energy rapping, gritty instrumentals and flawless chemistry. As a result, tickets to RZA or Wu-Tang Clan concerts sell out fast. Along with five Wu-Tang albums (and a rumored sixth), RZA has also released four solo albums, with the latest being "Digi Snacks" in 2008. RZA goes by several aliases and has also worked with horrorcore group Gravediggaz and Achozen (with Shavo Odadjian from System of a Down).
Arguably the greatest hip-hop group of all-time, Wu-Tang Clan was established by RZA in the early 1990s, along with Staten Island friend Ol' Dirty Bastard. The platinum-selling "Enter the Wu-Tang Clan (36 Chambers)" celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2013. Wu-Tang Clan trademark singles include "Protect Ya Neck," "C.R.E.A.M.," "Reunited" and "Gravel Pit." Classic RZA solo tracks include "You Can't Stop Me Now" and "Kiss of a Black Widow." He has also appeared in over ten films and made his directorial debut in 2012. RZA is the epitome of an 'entertainer.' He has done it all from producing to rapping, acting to directing, marketing to management -- making him a hot commodity on tour.