It’s Thursday, which means that Raekwon is back with another throwback track as part of his #tbt series.
Recorded in Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studio in Malibu, the song was debuted back in April of this year on ESPN show, Draft Academy.
“That was just my response to the demons. They were doing their best to get to me, but being alive solidified my thoughts…I’m alive, penis or no penis.”
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…and also: “Kids, say no to drugs.”
Yesterday, (June 24) the group posted an ad on Craigslist for a social media intern. And while the gig isn’t paid, the perks sound endless.
“This is live, family named their twins Raekwon & ghostface!!! #wu4thebabies,” Raekwon wrote on Instagram.
Revered Wu-Tang Clan rapper Raekwon is back in action with a new solo single, “Call of Duty,” and he’s brought Akon along for the ride.
Taking over Chicago’s Humboldt Park Sept. 12-14, Riot Fest will celebrate its 10th Anniversary with more than 100 acts including headlining performances from The Cure, Slayer, and Wu-Tang Clan.
The rappers had been feuding for over a month regarding the direction of ‘A Better Tomorrow.’
Other acts playing the 2014 edition of the festival include Danny Brown, The Head and the Heart, Schoolboy Q, J. Cole, Neon Trees, Valerie June, Hooray For The Riff Raff and Julianna Barwick.
Do you believe in Wu? For Cher, the question gets an auto-tuned yes.
The status of Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow may be in limbo, but the group’s other 2014 release, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, appears to be right on track, with a preview clip released today.
In the continuing saga of RZA vs. Raekwon, the former has given the latter an ultimatum: get on board with Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, or said album is not coming out.