Raekwon sits in with DJ Whoo-Kid to talk about fencing, the status of Drake’s “Wu-Tang Forever” Clan remix, and his plans for next year. Meanwhile in the second clip, check out a performance of “Incarcerated Scarfaces” with The Roots from the OKP Holiday Jam.
Raekwon gives Whoo Kid an in-studio performance of a new track called “Real Sh*t Here”, which may or may not appear on his 2014 (?) LP, F.I.L.A.
Raekwon spits over Gang Starr’s “Mass Appeal”, which has to be in the top 5 best beats of all time.
Mega Montana teams up with The Chef for his latest single.
A follow-up to Raekwon’s classic “Rainy Dayz”. Produced by Roads Art. May or may not be included on F.I.L.A.
Similar, but not to be confused with this.
The Chef starts the day off with covers of EPMD’s “It’s My Thing” and Lorde’s “Royals” respectively. Adlibs before “Royals” are classic Wu. Lorde should feel honored.
VladTV recently caught up with Wu-Tang rapper Raekwon at S.O.B.’s, and he opened up about his upcoming album, F.I.L.A., which is an acronym for “Fly International Luxurious Art.” He also explains the thought process behind the project, and details connecting with Drake, revealing he has nothing but respect for the YMCMB rapper’s craft.
Maino and Raekwon reunite after their intial Lost Jewelry collaboration, “To The Top”.
Raekwon and Ghostface Killah leave the slums of Shaolin to joins Crowd Goes Wild and talk basketball, boxing, and blogs.
From the All Or Nothing (AON) mixtape series Volume 1 Failure’s No Option”.
“Damier Suitcases” is the 3rd leak off The Kid Daytona’s forthcoming album entitled Savoir Faire. It features legendary member of the Wu-Tang Clan Raekwon. Enjoy as the two mc’s kick classic street tales over smooth production from French beatsmiths 1up World. Savoir Faire is scheduled for an October 29th release.
We thought he’d choose “Wu-Tang Forever” from Drake’s album, instead it’s “Pound Cake”. But we’re hearing there’s a remix of the former featuring the whole clan….
Master Craftsman in stores now.
Not to be confused with “C.R.E.A.M.”.
Title track to Troy Ave’s New York City: The Album, coming soon.
From Vado’s Slime Flu 4 mixtape, available now.
The time has come, Raekwon’s protege Ceazar drops off his new “Render The Throne” mixtape hosted by DJ Whoo Kid. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
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.]
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- The Neighbourhood – “#icanteven” (feat. French Montana)