DJ Kay Slay assembles a trio of undeniable wordsmiths for this track off of his 50 Shades Of Slay mixtape AVAILABLE NOW.
This record comes from Ghostface and producer Adrian Younge's upcoming sequel to last year's collaborative Twelve Reasons To Die. Matching my complaint about the first album, this track seems to be
The invincible, untouchable CNN link up with legends Raekwon and Tragedy to bring us some end of the year heat. Disregard the first part of Nore's verse. You gotta excuse him sometimes...
I wanted to like this album. I wanted to love this album. I wanted it to be the most important record of 2014. Needless to say, judging by the intro to this review you just read, none of these
Raekwon drops a new jewel in preparation for F.I.L.A. dropping later this year.
Absolutely essential. Check the Snow beach pullover. Polo flourishment, shout out to Dallas Penn.
Over a track that has slight appropriate whiffs of "Incarcerated Scarfaces" on it to me, Schoolboy Q enlists the assistance of Chef Raekwon for "Blind Threats" off of his upcoming Oxymoron LP.
So I recently purchased a Wu-Tang hoodie online and I regret to say that I had to just sit it down in a corner and just kind of glare at it for about a week before finally putting it on today. Had
Raekwon drops a loosey from F.I.L.A. (Fly International Luxurious Art) which is scheduled to drop either the end of this year or in January. The track uses a hook sampled from Ghostface's "Rainy
Mega teams up with Chef for a loosey off of his upcoming album, Mega Philosophy. Given his recent surge in output, this new album should be a long-awaited beast on the streets.