A breezy summertime dart from the almighty Wu, prepping for the promised 20th-anniversary album A Better Tomorrow. Cribbing from the O'Jay's original song of the same name, it's pure cookout-in-the-park music—a timehonored tradition, and one suited for the familal come-together that the Wu-Tang needs, that the people need even more. Ghost nods to their lost brother ODB, and RZA samples Ghostface from "Glaciers Of Ice," laying down the plan for their dynasty: "his seeds run with my seeds, marry my seeds/ that's how we keep Wu-Tang money all up in the family."