In an interview with Complex, Raekwon explained that he doesn’t have a specific fundraising goal.
Each MC takes his turn dropping a verse — even the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, a sample of whom opens up the track.
LL Cool J called in to chat with DJ Flexx about his upcoming album ‘G.O.A.T. 2′ and why it’s going to appease real hip-hop fans.
LL doesn’t sound half bad, considering the circumstances: he’s guttural, angry, and manages to summon the at least the vague memory of “Mama Said Knock You Out.”
It’s Thursday, which means that Raekwon is back with another throwback track as part of his #tbt series.
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.
For many parents, selecting a baby name for their children is often a grueling experience. But one couple simply channeled their love for Wu-Tang Clan, specifically Raekwon and Ghostface Killah.
Wu-Tang Clan fans’ hearts, be still: it looks like a new album from the rap group is coming, after all.
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.
The key ingredient to any successful relationship is communication, something the Wu-Tang Clan is learning the hard way.