Just a couple of days past his birthday Raekwon is already saluting the people. He has partnered with Diadora and Foot Locker to support emerging creatives.
Fans of Wu-Tang Clan are in for a treat this fall. GZA, Raekwon And Ghostface Killah will be hitting the road together via the “3 Chambers” Tour.
Raekwon whets appetites for his next album The Wild with a hard-ass single.
Raekwon The Chef brought in his 47th birthday by giving a gift to his fans.
Attention Raekwon and Ghostface Killah fans, your dreams have been fulfilled, again. The Wu-Tang Clan lyricists are embarking on the Rae And Ghost United (RAGU) Tour this summer.
After finding inspiration in Boosie Badazz’s recent bout with cancer, Young Thug returns with a track aptly titled “F*ck Cancer,” featuring Migos’ own Quavo.
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Yams Day united a bevy of rap’s most notable rising talent, and one week later, A$AP Rocky provides some more quality vibes via a handful of free releases.
Today, the Internets were blessed with another gem from Anderson .Paak, whose eclectic sound easily makes him one of the more interesting rising artists to keep an eye on.
Last year in October 2014, brothers Anthony and Harvey Christian were found guilty by a federal jury for not only running a crime ring from inside Staten Island’s Park Hill Apartments but for the murder of 17-year-old Jerome “Boo Boo” Estrella on June 19, 1999 as well.
Lupe Fiasco “LAW (LoveAllWays),” Method Man ft. Raekwon & Inspectah Deck “The Purple Tape,” & More | Wired Tracks 8.6.15
After penning a hell of a manifesto that touched on the Meek Mill/Drake beef (and the perception of ghostwriting in Hip-Hop), Lupe Fiasco keeps the ink flowing on a new track titled “LAW (LoveAllWays).”
Raekwon‘s debut album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…, is a masterpiece. He knows this, you know this, but we can’t get enough of the Wu-Tang rapper explaining the science behind its creation.
Raekwon the Chef is a savvy veteran MC that still gets respect and still drops quality music. But we asked the Wu-Tang Clan rapper about some topics other than music, such as police brutality.