Originally Posted by IronSheik
"You know, it's a lot of discussion about it but it's not consolidated yet. We know, as a group, 20 years in the business is something serious. It was a couple conversations about it but it wasn't brought to the attention that it needs to be brought to. Everyone's so nonchalant about sh*t, like they don't know if it's going to happen. For me, it's like I don't respect that because it should happen. It should happen in a way where it can help us from all the sh*t we've been through. We've made a lot of money of course and we've lost a lot of money. It kinda put certain cats in certain situations where, you know, this can help your right now. At the end of the day, it could help all of us but it could help the ones that really need to be helped in a greater way and it could put us back where we need to be financially, back in the game as one of the iconic groups in the game but it takes a lot of loyalty, it takes a lot of love and it takes a lot of respect. I want to see it happen but more importantly, I want to see it done the right way."
It's honest but not very realist. I know that being the number 1 was one of their main motivations during the first plan but i think that it's one of the worst for making a LP today if you consider what became the game after all these years and what they became as rappers. Other than that, they are too much in this business to earn big money from the album sales (even if RZA introduced the touring side of the business in the plan). I also wonder what RZA means by saying "trust me another time"...trust me to obtain what ? A good LP ? The success ? the two ? something else ? They can craft a good LP if they make it with the body, heart and soul and don't overestimate themselves but for the success, it's very random.