F.I.L.A.

Raekwon has been on a tear as of late that continues today with “Call Of Duty,” an Akon-assisted track from his long-awaited F.I.L.A. (Fly International Luxurious Art) LP.

Today brought not one, but two Raekwon appearances. The second is a new solo track titled “Gamble,” featuring Bodega Bamz and SpankJusBizzness.

Legendary MC Raekwon returned to The Breakfast Club to give fans an update on his upcoming LP, F.I.L.A. (Fly International Luxurious Art), to clear up any discrepancies about Wu-Tang Clan’s tentative album, and more.

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.”

Raekwon proves why F.I.L.A., an acronym for Fly International Luxurious Art, is the perfect title for his upcoming album with each new release. It’s clear that he’s in a great space creatively on a new track called “T.U.R.K.E.Y.,” featuring The Kid Daytona and Mic Geronimo.

Raekwon returns with a visual for “All About You,” the first single from his forthcoming sixth studio LP, Fly International Luxurious Art.

Fresh of rocking the Hot 97 Summer Jam XX stage with his Wu-Tang Clan brethren this past weekend, Raekwon drops a new single called “Sound Boy Kill It,” featuring Melanie Fiona.

Hip-Hop grants most good MCs a three to five year shelf life, and that’s if they’re lucky. Meanwhile, Raekwon has been spitting for OGs and hustlers for upwards of 20 years. Credit that to his consistency and transparency. Let’s not forget his quality bars like the ones provided on his latest drop “Son Of Sam.”

Raekwon wetted the palates of his fans by dropping a handful of cuts before 2012 came to a close, most set to appear on his forthcoming Lost Jewlry EP. On New Year’s Day, the Chef took to Twitter to announce the title of his forthcoming, proper sixth album. 

Ras Kass provides some witty role reversal for a few of society’s prevalent stereotypes in his visuals for “Sushi.” According to the left coast MC, “Sushi stands for raw, real Hip-Hop culture. But shooting the video also allowed us to explore and flip stereotypes upside-down.” There is even a nod to Caine and O-Dog’s infamous […]

West Coast wordsmith Ras Kass is without a doubt one of Hip-Hop’s best lyricists. The veteran rap slinger has toiled on the underground of late but kept his name in the conversation with his fourth album  A.D.I.D.A.S. (All Day I Dream About Spittin) in 2010 and a street album this year, Spit No Evil with Doc Hollywood. […]