The Brooklyn-born Killa said that while he has yet to see the Abbot's film in theaters, he's exceedingly proud of RZA's work. He recalled frequenting a number of kung fu film screenings with the new-found director, and said that it's fulfilling to him to witness RZA's career lead him to this moment.
"To tell you the truth, brother, I haven't even see the movie as of yet," he said. "But just knowing my brother and this has been his vision since we watched kung fu movies on 42nd Street back in the days. So to see his vision finally come to the level of what he saw it? That's what's more fulfilling for me more than anything because he finally lived it out how he wanted to do it... I listened to the soundtrack. Oh I definitely listened to the music. I just didn't get a chance to see the movie yet. I listened to the soundtrack from top to bottom. I gots to do that."