Raekwon is getting ready to drop The Wild this Friday and after dropping a lot of nuggets from the piece he brings back This Is What It Comes To for a remix with another OG, Ghostface Killah. This is what he said about the joint: “Ghost is my brother and
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Did you ever dream of a day you'd hear Raekwon and Lil Wayne side by side on a joint? Goes to show that dreams are attainable no matter the size. Kwon says he's more than excited to have finally managed to get Weezy on a track with him. My Corner
King Kwon gives us another taste of The Wild which is set for a March 24th arrival and he shares this grungy yet soulful Purple Brick Road featuring another noteworthy rhymeslayer G-Eazy. I love the sound on it, classic elements paired with a soft rock percussion and a beautiful bass.
Over multiple reflections of himself, Raekwon raps his fire joint This Is What It Comes To which he just dropped last week while we await his 7th studio album The Wild arriving in March this year. The visual is smoky, dim coloured yet popping in the camera work they used.
What you know about clean, punchy rhymes rippling off a smooth OG's track? Dass right! Raekwon announced that he'll be dropping his next album The Wild in March and since then the countdown has been rather slow, until now. He drops This Is What It Comes To as a "scooby
I like people who celebrate their birthdays by giving to the rest of us. Well, at least where the music is involved. Raekwon announced his 7th album titled The Wild and he shared the cover for it too. The piece is scheduled for a 10th March arrival so let the
Method Man drops a joint with his son Raekwon no relation to the chef. This song honours the Chef's Purple Tape and features the real Raekwon and Inspectah Deck. It actually knocks