Tekitha Washington is a Wu-Tang Clan affiliated female vocalist. She was the Wu-Tang Clan's in-house singer (previously filled by Blue Raspberry) for the album Wu-Tang Forever, on which she also performed a solo track titled "Second Coming". She also filled in for the unavailable Mary J. Blige in the video for Ghostface Killah's "All That I Got Is You".

In Nashville, TN 2018
In Nashville, TN 2018
Background information
Birth nameTekitha Washington
Born (1973-12-04) December 4, 1973 (age 50)
GenresHip hop, soul
Occupation(s)Singer, rap artist
Years active1996–present
Websitewww.tekithawisdom.com www.onemusicforever.com

Initially signed to RZA's Razor Sharp Records and then to Ghostface's Starks Enterprise, Tekitha continued to make guest appearances on Wu-Tang projects such as Raekwon's The Lex Diamond Story and has also collaborated with non-Wu artists including KRS-One and Armand Van Helden. While usually heard singing, her rapping can be heard on Cappadonna's "Pump Your Fist" and RZA's "Mantis".

In 2002, Tekitha released the single "You" produced by RZA. This track had to be included on her planned debut album Wisdom Body, originally scheduled for release in 2004. The album was eventually shelved.

Tekitha released her debut solo six songs EP The Prelude in 2010. The Prelude featured all new original songs by Tekitha, with production from RZA, Armand Van Helden, Bdotforealla of The Ahficionados and Jeff Jones/Joneszilla. The project was executive produced by Tekitha, RZA and Jeff Jones under her new label Wisdom Body Entertainment distributed by Sony/The Orchard.

Tekitha released a collaborative album Week Of The Phoenix in 2022, produced by Moroccan singer-songwriter-producer Ahmed Soultan. [citation needed]

Tekitha and RZA have a daughter, Prana Supreme Diggs, born in 2000,[1] with whom she has created a country act, O.N.E The Duo.[2] O.N.E The Duo released their debut album Blood Harmony in 2023.



Solo Albums

  • Wisdom Body (2004) [not released]
  • The Prelude EP (2010)

Collaborative Albums

  • Earth Rising EP (2003) [Tekitha & Armand Van Helden as Sahara]
  • Week Of The Phoenix (2022) [Tekitha & Ahmed Soultan]
  • Blood Harmony (2023) [Tekitha & Prana Supreme Diggs as O.N.E The Duo]


  • "Walking Through the Darkness", Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (soundtrack, 1999)
  • "Sweatah Love", RZA & Big Cap - Wu-Tang Mix (2000)
  • "You" (2002)
  • "You Remix" (feat. Ghostface Killah, 2002)
  • "Harlem High"
  • "Ghetto Serenade" (feat. RZA)
  • "Masta Build"
  • "I Love U So" (2002)
  • "I Loved Him"
  • "Run"
  • "Once Upon A Time"
  • "Fantasy"
  • "Shoot To Win" (recorded in 2002, never released)
  • "Dreamz"
  • "Wut U Got" (produced by Dub The Director for IDH rec)
  • "Chea" (produced by Dub The Director for IDH rec)
  • "On It" (Lead Single from The Prelude. Produced by Jeff Jones/Joneszilla)
  • "Emotional" featuring Torae (Lead single from Week Of The Phoenix. Produced by Ahmed Soultan).

Guest appearances



  1. ^ "My Parents' Work-Life Balance: When Your Dad Is Wu-Tang's RZA". Slate. April 19, 2018. Retrieved May 9, 2019.
  2. ^ Kaplan, Ilana (January 13, 2022). "How the Daughter of Wu-Tang's RZA Started Singing Country Music With Her Mom". Rolling Stone. Retrieved September 6, 2022.