After numerous delays, it looks as if Wu-Tang Clan's sixth album, 'A Better Tomorrow,' will arrive in stores this fall. On Friday (Oct. 3), Warner Bros. Records announced they had signed a deal with the rap group and will release their oft-delayed project.

The collection, which commemorates the group's 20th anniversary in the rap game, is now scheduled to hit stores on Dec. 2.

"Wu-Tang Clan is excited to join the Warner family of esteemed artists,” the group said in a statement. “After 20 years in the business with different label outlets, we are delighted to be amongst a team of industry professionals who understand our unique artistry and will help spread it to the masses unadulterated."

"In the words of Ghostface, when it comes to being signed to Warner Bros., ‘we’re getting Bugs Bunny money,'" the group added.

Throughout Wu-Tang's two decade storied career, the group has released five studio albums, 19 compilation projects and several solo LPs. Collectively, the Staten Island-based crew have sold over 40 million albums worldwide.

In August, all nine members -- RZA, GZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa and Cappadonna -- reunited to perform their new single 'Ron O’Neal' on 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.'