Raekwon has been far from stingy with the material that will not appear on his upcoming Fly International Luxurious Art album. He returns today with a new loose release, titled “A Rainy Day.”
Of course, the track samples “Rainy Dayz” from The Chef’s critically acclaimed 1995 debut Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. Ghostface Killah’s “On rainy days I sit back and count ways” can be heard loud and clear on the chorus. With that echoing throughout the track, Raekwon lyrically gets down to business in a few verses.
Credit the mellow production to RoadsArt.