The RZA was never inside of a box, he was always trying to do something different. Maybe he had a notion that the South wasn't COMPLETELY hopeless, but if that's the case, he's should did a track with Scarface. The RZA actually has a metal band, too, but I guess that's better than doing a song with David Banner. I don't know, maybe he thought that since "The Incredible Hulk" movie is coming out, that David Banner would have a spark of popularity. I've tried to answer this question reasonably, but some true Hip-Hop heads, like the Abbot himself, think that maybe they can bring something good out of a wack MC. That's my only guess.