The Black Keys & RZA – "The Baddest Man Alive"

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After teaming up for the 2009 Blakroc project, The Black Keys and Wu-Tang’s RZA collaborate once again on a new track “The Baddest Man Alive.”

On the soundtrack for the upcoming film The Man With The Iron Fists, (directed by RZA himself), the new track “The Baddest Man Alive” delivers 4 minutes of gritty rap rock.

Auerbach, who opens the song with: “I could take the pitchfork from the devil” is sharply contrasted when RZA enters half way through the song and responds in competition with: “I take a gasoline bath, and walk through the fire.” Put all of this lyrical vision over a muddy blues rock groove, top-it-off with a great production and you have a collaboration that shows the best of the two artists.

Robert Treves

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