RZA dedicates Gone to Quentin Tarantino’s Editor Sally Menke

Posted on 8 October 2010
By Pierce King
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Wu-Tang Abbot RZA has dedicated his new track to the memory of ‘his friend’ and long time colaborator of Quentin Tarantino Sally Menke.

The track, Gone, features RZA rapping about his late cousin and Wu-Tang founder Ol’ Dirty Bastard has been released through hip hop culture site Nah Right.

But on his Facebook, RZA dedicated the song to the film editor who has cut all Quentin Tarantino’s films from Reservoir Dogs to Inglourious Basterds.

Sally Menke, died while hiking in the record breaking Los Angeles heatwave last month.

RZA is working on his first film Man with the Iron Fist, it was expected that he would have employed Menke’s skills under his Pulp Fiction mentor.

The RZA aka Robert Diggs said: “I dedicate the song Gone to my friend Sally Menke and its my gift to her memory.

“I feel music is the best gift I can give and I’m giving it away to Wu-Disciples for free in her name. Who ever likes the song can send a blessing of positive energy to Sally’s family and her legacy. Peace.”

The track also features Finger Eleven’s James Black, Justin Nozuka, and Kobra Khan.

Listen to it here on YouTube and download it through here… http://nahright.com/news/2010/10/07/rza-ft-james-black-justin-nozuka-kobra-khan-gone/