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.
Follow along as Method Man takes cameras to his old stomping grounds over at Staten Island’s Park Hill projects. The Wu-Tang Clan member shares with viewers his old technique of serving drug fiends out on the block and breaks down how his name as a talented rapper began circulating around the neighborhood. Meth also gives insight into what he thought about the group’s debut album, Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers, after his first ever listen.
Wu-Tang’s Cappadonna sits down for an over-the-phone interview with DJ Vlad for Vlad TV. Speaking candidly with the camera, Cap shares his thoughts on OBD crashing the stage at the 1998 Grammys and gives viewers some inside perspective into what the deceased rapper was thinking at the time. Cappadonna also reflects on a time when ODB decided to take the microphone from the Notorious B.I.G. during a live show to rock the crowd.
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.
Vlad TV gets an exclusive one-on-one interview with legendary emcee Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan. The New York bred artist discusses new music that’s currently in the works, his interest in getting involved in the world of film and admits that a lot of artists today in Hip Hop are only passing through and wont share the same longevity in their careers as the Wu. With rapper Drake recently dedicating the title of one of his song’s on his newNothing Was The Same LP to the clan, Ghost clarifies that he doesn’t feel Drake has done anything to solidify their position in Hip Hop but only helped to cross their music over to plenty of younger fans who follow the YMCMB rapper.
Juicin’ cameras catch up with Drizzy Drake out in New York for the rappers promotional run for his new album Nothing Was The Same. Watch as the YMCMB rapper treats fans who gathered to see him at the ALIFE store to a performance of his new LP in its entirety. Taking things up a notch, Drake also decided to surprise the crowd when he brought out unannounced special guests Travis $cott and Wu-Tang’s Raekwon.