*Let’s talk about sex! Wu Tang’s RZA is one hell-of-a-guy. That’s why he is featured in the November issue of GQ, where he discusses his adventures in the industry from rap to Hollywood and the sex that comes with it.

“It’s good to be important. It’s nice to be nice,” the cross-over producer says of his journey through Hollywood.

Speaking of Hollywood, RZA has crossed over from hip hop performer/producer to big time film director. His directorial debut, “The Man with the Iron Fists,” opens in theaters today

“I knew the vision [for Iron Fists] was in my head. I knew I could do it. But I knew I had to learn how to do it,” RZA explains. “I went to a proper teacher, and he [Quentin Tarantino] accepted me as a student.”

He hasn’t forgotten his roots; it was just time to expand and try something new.

RZA loves the Clan just as much, if not more, as anyone else does. It’s just that life’s so diverse, he had to dabble into something more.

“I just had to get out the cage, kid. Had to get out the cage. And I enjoyed that sh*t, man. I had a lot of fun,” he continues, paradoxically. “For two years straight, I had super fun. I had all kind of pu**ies, spent millions of dollars for hundreds of bi*ches, you know what I mean? I really ran wild and had five girlfriends, probably. Anything. I’d f*ck anything. I was on it, kid.”

Be sure to check out the full interview in the latest issue of GQ.