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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.

Find Raekwon’s “A Rainy Day” below. While you’re at it, also lend an ear to previous freebies like “So Good (Remix)” and “Royals (Remix).” Let your opinions be heard in the comments section.