After a long wait, we finally get a new song from the Wu-Tang Clan. The hip-hop collective dropped a new track called 'Keep Watch' today, which is apparently from their oft-delayed album, 'A Better Tomorrow.'

Produced by DJ Mathematics, the track features Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Cappadonna and the GZA rapping over a marching beat and a soul sample. R&B crooner Nathaniel is also featured singing the 'Keep Watch' hook.

The foursome pretty much spit tough-minded rhymes for the streets. Meth kicks the song off rapping, "I’m killing instrumentals with that all so simple can it B-boy / Shout to Lil Cease, B.I.G., boy / And Funk Doctor Spock, I mean Redman that's not Leonard Nimoy."

Deck also comes through with some intricate bi-lingual wordplays. "Codename sensei, I live what my pen say / Game hall of fame, flow is MJ / Muy caliente, je m'apelle Rebel, capiche, comprende?" he spits.

Finally, Cappadonna and the GZA wrap things up with some gritty rhymes and planetary lyrics, respectively, which are Wu certified.

'Keep Watch' is available at the Wu-Tang Clan’s online shop. DJ Mathematics confirms that the 'A Better Tomorrow' album is slated for a June release.

Listen to Wu-Tang Clan's 'Keep Watch'