According to the artist, this release is the most "definitive and focused" in the Bobby trilogy. RZA is right, as the wisdom on Digi Snacks rings deeper than ever before.
He said it himself, RZA didn't have to make an album. However, after a less than savory publicity blitz that arguably tarnished the ill-received 8 Diagrams album from Wu-Tang Clan late last year, the abbot had an axe to grind. Returning to his decade-old Bobby Digital persona, RZA let the creativity flow, and proved himself to be one of Koch Records' priorities with one of the label's biggest releases from one of the Hip Hop stars who helped make them an empire.