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Wu-Tang Clan to play the Burt in June.

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Wu-Tang Clan to play the Burt in June.

Looks like rap collective Wu-Tang Clan is rising above the tension surrounding its forthcoming album, A Better Tomorrow, because it's coming to Winnipeg on June 27.

The Burton Cummings Theatre date is one of two Canadian shows scheduled for the summer, so don't say we never get any concerts. Tickets are $86.50-$145 and go on sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 26, at Ticketmaster.

According to Exclaim!, it was recently reported that Raekwon was questioning the direction of A Better Tomorrow, telling producer/rapper RZA that the crew needs "a new (expletive) game plan." A release date for the record has yet to be announced.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 24, 2014 C6

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