Raekwon is also set to drop his mixtape,
Rae showcases his trophy display for the cover art of his upcoming mixtape. Victory is sure sweet. Expect it when it arrives on Christmas.
Always expect the unexpected when it comes to what the Chef is cookin’. Come Christmas, expect his new mixtape, UnExpected Victory under your tree. nav
This was probably recorded prior to Noreaga and Capone’s split. Nonetheless, here’s the first sanctioned leak from Raekwon’s upcoming mixtape. And oh, if you wondering what’s a “Chupacabra”, let Wikipedia be your guide.
Gentlemen’s Quarterly has named Eminem and Lil Wayne “Gods Of Rock” for the print’s “The Survivor” November issue. The two share the cover with Keith Richards and 43 other artists are featured in the music package inside including Raekwon and Erykah Badu. Issue on newsstands October 25, but the online interviews will be available October 18. Photo shoot below. [vodpod id=Video.15568692&w=540&h=350&fv=]
If there is anyone who knows the art of dart throwin’, it would certainly be Rae. Here is the Chef’s latest flick off his current album, starring his son. Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang in stores now, kid.
[vodpod id=Video.15428018&w=540&h=350&fv=] VH1 aired a two-hour documentary last night about the rise of crack and hip-hop in the mid-80s and early 90s. The film was narrated by Ice-T and featured accounts from RZA, Raekwon, Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, and B-Real. Bonus clips can be found on VH1’s site. yardie
After displaying her flow on the first installment, Estelle keeps the remix series going with Shallah, Swizzie and UK MC Wretch 32.