Now we know who to blame for not having Wu Tang Clan's 20th anniversary album A Better Tomorrow in our hands...

RZA recently explained to the Associated Press, the record could be done in 45 days - except they're still waiting for Raekwon to record his part.

"Everybody did their verses except Raekwon," says RZA to the Associated Press. "He hasn't turned in his verses yet. I don't know if he's still trying to find the vibe of the music. We have to talk about it before it becomes too late. But he hasn't come to the table yet."

Currently finishing the script of what he expects to be his second feature film (after 2012's The Man with The Iron Fists) and making acting the main subject of his career, he also added that the most production work of the upcoming release had already been done during the summer, but he wasn't sure if he could complete the project without Raekwon: "Well, you know what, that's something that I would take a vote on with the rest of the crew. I'm not a dictator about that. Raekwon is a valuable energy to the Wu-Tang, his voice, his lyrics, his approach. Rae is a master lyricist." [via FACT]