Ghostface speaks with Complex about his partner Raekwon’s involvement on the Wu-Tang Clan’s 20th anniversary LP, A Better Tomorrow.
Raekwon sits in with The Whoolywood Shuffle, speaking with Whoo-Kid about the status of his forthcoming solo LP, F.I.L.A., as well as working through his issues with RZA to finish Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow.
Hey, that rhymes. No word if this song is connected to the award-winning popular video game franchise. Tagged to all hell by DJ Absolut.
Produced by The Martinez Brothers, from the upcoming, Sunday Service EP.
New music that may or may not be from Rae’s next LP, F.I.L.A. Produced by Scram Jones.
From 2013′s excellent Gravitas LP. Directed by RA the Rugged Man. Get More: Talib Kweli, Violations feat. Raekwon, Music, More Music Videos
Ransom collaborates with fellow Hiphop legends, Jadakiss & Raekwon, to bring you classic track. featuring Mike Classic on the hook.
All new remix from Chase & Status’ excellent 2013 LP, Brand New Machine. You can read our review on that album over at our sister site, WeAllHitPlay.Com.
Ebro and Peter Rosenberg interview RZA on the Hot Morning Show. Looks like they are getting somewhere, at least with RZA….
Nathaniel on some TJ Swan shit tho.
Well, cats out of the bag. Raekwon just opened up to Rolling Stone about his potential absence from Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow LP, and really lets the sparks fly. No filter. All we can say is, this is quickly turning into a PR nightmare. Fix up, look sharp, gentlemen. Read on: RZA told Vlad [cont.]
While on the set of his new film, Brick Mansions, RZA spoke with Vlad TV about both of his upcoming Wu-Tang albums, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, the million dollar LP, and A Better Tomorrow, for mass consumption. He explains that he hasn’t really talked to Raekwon about participation on A Better Tomorrow, but [cont.]
Raekwon reminds us why he’s The Chef in the latest episode of The Questions. He gives us the magic recipe for a perfect flirtation, and tells us why he wants to get the Wu back together while on the music video set for “Violations” from Talib Kweli’s album Gravitas.
Rae and Ghost cover Fabolous’ “Thim Slick”.
As premiered by Flex, Kid Ink and Raekwon drop some bars over Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones” instrumental.
Raekwon speaks on his absence on the “Wu-Tang Forever” remix, as well as the hold up for A Better Tomorrow LP, and his business difficulties with RZA. He also touches upon his next LP, F.I.L.A.
UK’s Redlight taps Raekwon for this pared down cut from the upcoming 36 EP, hitting March 10th.
Q’s #Oxymoron will finally drop on February 25th.
From LRG: For LRG’s second installment of our Spring 14 lookbook, we teamed up with New York-based photographer Brook Bobbins and some of the freshest talent in the rap game. Waving the banner of underground inventive, Pro Era (CJ Fly, Statik Selektah, RokaMouth, Dirty Sanchez, Powers Pleasant), Dyme-a-Duzin, Boogz Boogetz, and Black Cobain. Longtime LRG [cont.]
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