ScHoolboy Q catches up with Wu-Tang’s Raekwon for a dope new track titled, “Blind Threats,” which is set to be featured on the rapper’s highly anticipated LP, Oxymoron. Take a listen as the two come together and deliver a hypnotic experience with raw rhymes over a sample based instrumental courtesy of Lord Quest. Oxymoron will be available to purchase on February 25.
Wu-Tang’s Raekwon The Chef is back with a new joint and this time the New York emcee hops on Drea’s “So Good.” The track finds Rae lacing the smooth and laid-back instrumental with slick rhymes about his special love interest. Raekwon takes the fly player approach on this one which compliments Drea’s soft melodic vocals nicely.
It’s 20 years later and if there’s one thing that almost every fan of hip hop can agree on its that Wu-Tang Clan is definitely still nothin’ to fuck with. Revolt TV catches up with Revolt, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Shyheim, Cappadonna, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa and a few others to get their thoughts on the group’s classic debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers. Check out the guys open up about going from their humble beginnings and eventually transitioning into stardom. The group’s impact and influence on popular culture is also analyzed.
Wu-Tang’s Raekwon comes bearing audio gifts today as he blesses fans with two new tracks. “It’s My Thing” and “Royals (Remix)” feature the New York bred emcee showcasing his skills and versatility as he effortlessly laces both instrumentals with his signature street tales. Take a listen to Rae’s latest offerings.
Here’s some entertaining footage of Wu-Tang Clan members Ghostface Killah and Raekwon on Regis Philbin’s new show on Fox Sports called “Crowd Goes Wild.” At one point the rappers decide to partake in a segment titled “That’s A Rap” where they have to identify, fill in the blank and finish a random rap quote from the likes of Macho Man Randy Savage, Dieon Sanders and Kobe Bryant. Check out how it all went down live on cable television.
Lloyd Banks is back with a new gritty street banger called “Drop A Diamond” featuring rap veteran Raekwon. Produced by Ryan Alexy, the track features a smooth piano loop and may or may not be a new single to Banks’ anticipated mixtape A.O.N. Vol 1: Failure’s No Option hosted by DJ Drama. Banks showcases his lyrical skills and proves he hasn’t missed a step.
Here’s another look at Drizzy Drake’s standout show in New York City at the ALIFE hosted Nothing Was The Same album event party. Drake touches on how he creatively approached his latest offering, being inspired by Lil Wayne and his thoughts on his live performance. Raekwon also shares a few words on Drake and catch a couple cameos from A$AP Rocky and others.