Raekwon speaks on how working on separate projects hurt the entire group. While financially some of the members have clearly seen the benefits - as a brand, the Wu Tang Clan could have benefited from more attention and dedication back into the whole group. It’s an interesting argument and I can see the validity in it - especially when it comes from one of the more successful members, who makes a good living off his solo career. The every man for himself mentality is sure to destroy the bigger picture and a bigger movement - some people get left behind, but more important to consider is after prolonged periods apart, the fanbase splits, and you lose the momentum you once had. I mainly check for Ghostface now & occasionally Raekwon (his official releases). Too late to form like Voltron?
99 Problems: How Solo Careers Hurt The Wu-Tang Clan