Along with Rakim, Rae planted his Wu flag last night at Stage 48.
Canadian Music Week continued last night at The Sound Academy when Rae recited OB4CL
It’s ’86 all over again. And for latest remix from the Chef, Shallah revists his Lost Jewlry EP groove with Anthony Cruz. Grab a Cuban and ante up.
Produced by the RZA, the Wu’s DJ and producer Mathematics brings another offering off his upcoming The Answer. Album drops April 16. Wu-Tang 4 ever!
As Raekwon prepares for hs next album,. F.I.L.A, he slows it down a notch and caters to the ladies on his new audio featuring JD Era. Pretty smooth. xzone
HS87’s compilation All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of arrives in three days, and Hit-Boy gathers a handful of guests outside the label for its latest offering. Produced by the Grammy-award winner himself.
Like Ghost‘s release, Wu-Tang producer and DJ Mathematics will deliver The Answer on April 16. Until then, bow down to his latest cut with a few from the Wu and a couple outside the clan. rg
This instrumental brings back memories. Anyway, as Rae preps his F.I.L.A. album, he’s still supplying the free goods. Today, he brings his joyous raps over MJB’s “Be Happy”.
Detroit producer Key Wane has just released his compilation So Many Keys featuring previously released and unreleased tracks. Here’s a revamped version of Big Sean and J.Cole’s collabo now featuring Rae. hhnm
Tony Starks and Shallah’s