Raekwon the Chef only dropped his latest dish, the Lost Jewlry EP, just last night, but he's already come through with another course. Today, the Wu-Tang Clan rapper released a video for "Came Up" off the aforementioned project.
The Scram jones produced "Came Up" appears to be the free project's official lead single. In the black and white clip the "Ice Cream" rapper is seen kicking that slang and looking like a boss with with footage of mob flicks and poker games interspersed throughout visual. "Push the seven in the rain, come through with seven chains they call me young legend out in Maine/Known for tilting ni--a wigs, don't kill the kids for not knowing where real rap remains," spits Shallah over the song's galloping instrumental.
"We pop bottles in this b-tch to get our name up/I come from under the bottle ni--a, we came up," goes the song's hook. Not looking to lose his spot as one of the game's best, Rae will dropping an official album, titled F.I.L.A. (short for FLY.INTERNATIONAL. LUXURIOUS ART), later this year.
Watch the Smoke Stack - Pace Media directed video for "Came Up" below.