The limited edition of 1,000 cassettes released by popular demand, after September 2012′s “Purple Tape Cassette Box” deluxe set sold out in 36 hours. Today, Get On Down now presents Raekwon’s classic Only Built 4 Cuban Linx in a deluxe cassette-only package, on the album’s 18th anniversary, originally released August 1st, 1995. The new Slipcase [cont.]
Raekwon expresses his disappointment that George Zimmerman was found not guilty in the killing of Trayvon Martin.
Looks like Rae’s been going in on the press tip lately. Here’s part two of his interview with the homie Bootleg Kev.
From French emcee (he’s actually French, not like Montana) Roi Heenok’s new LP, Noirs et Professionnels.
In this Interview with Montreality, Raekwon speaks about: – His passion for literature, favorite books (0:13) – His favorite cartoon character (1:26) – His favorite videogame (1:57) – His last meal of choice (2:34) – The true definition of a “G” (2:57) – His upcoming studio album – F.I.L.A. (3:33) – Working with JAY-Z on [cont.]
The Keynote Speaker, July 23rd.
Rae visits Mass Appeal for this brief interview where he discusses who some of his favorite new artists are, who’s the stronger producer, Dr. Dre or DJ Premier, and more.
Raekwon speaks on working w/ Jay-Z, Action Bronson, and virtual ODB.
This track mirrors Special Ed’s flow on “I Got It Made” in many places. From The Answer, due next tuesday.
Raekwon briefly dishes on his next solo album, F.I.L.A., to Elite Daily.
Produced by Jerry Wonda.
Not a Jeezy cover. Albert Einstein in stores June 11th.
In this interview with SkeeTV, Raekwon in studio interview talks about his new album F.I.L.A.
From Tony Touch’s The Piecemaker 3: Return Of The 50 MC’s, coming July 9th. Unorthodox by Raekwon, JD Era, Ghostface KIllah and The RZA
From Kay Slay’s upcoming mixtape release, The Last Champion.
On the verge of the twentieth anniversary of the legendary album Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers, EliteTV sat down with founding Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon. In the first of three parts of this interview, Raekwon speaks about the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan album, A Better Tomorrow, which is slated to drop later this year.
Lenny S – aka KodakLens on Instagram – posted this photo of Jay and Rae together, with the caption “We workin on Real Rap shit over here. JAY x RAE #RocNation #Wu”. We’re not sure what this is all leading to, but it’s pretty dope regardless. Hopefully, it’s not album called “J-Kwon”.
Produced by longtime Wycelf collaborator Jerry Wonda.
“Don-dan-dan, do-do-dan-ding / Extremely wild, like the hair on Don King”.
Havoc is joined by Styles P and Raekwon as three legendary NYC hip hop groups unite for “Favorite Rap Stars”. Off Havoc’s new album 13, in stores everywhere May 7th.
- Uncle Murda – “Hands Up” (feat. Maino & Jay Watts)
- T.I. – “Don’t Tell ‘Em (Remix)”
- Jermaine Dupri – “Pull Up” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign + Migos)
- Bobby Shmurda – “Hot N***a (Reggae Remix)” (feat. Mavado, Junior Reid, Popcaan & Jah X) / Fat Joe “Hot N***a (Remix)”
- Tree – “Columbia (Remix)”
- Lil Kim – “Fancy (Freestyle)”
- BBC Fire In The Booth: Danny Brown Freestyle
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