Straight out of "Shaolin", the legendary Wu-Tang Clan (most of them, anyway) recently stopped by David Letterman to perform "Ruckus in B Minor". Today we're treated to the title track from their upcoming album, A Better Tomorrow. The eponymous song samples "Wake Up Everybody" by Teddy Pendergrass, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes all the way from 1975, giving it an organic, throwback feel, which is a nice break from all the electro-trap nonsense we've been getting from hip hop these days. The uplifting track calls for us to be the change we want to see and seeks to empower people with meaningful lyrics and some nasty flow. The Wu is back, guys. Take a listen below.