Hey lil mama and the fellas too, Raekwon got an all-star remix to get your Memorial Day festivities poppin’. Do remember: Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang in stores now. Always bet on Chef.
A personal favorite off Shallah’s latest album is getting the visual treatment and here are flicks from the shoot courtesy of Nolis Universe. More snaps on the other side. Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang is out now. 57
You ain’t lie, Chef. During a budget meeting, Republican Illinois Senator Christine Radogno, cited Raekwon’s classic opus “C.R.E.A.M.” to describe their financial state. Just for kicks, let’s take ’em back y’allll. tmz
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[vodpod id=Video.7738323&w=540&h=350&fv=] Shallah and LRG brings us back to his Park Hill Projects
[vodpod id=Video.6223281&w=540&h=350&fv=] This isn’t your typical ferryboat ride, but to accompany Shallah’s Alchemist-produced track, the Chef takes us on a joy ride in his new flick. We see you P. Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang in stores now.
[vodpod id=Video.6202002&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] The Chef is still on the road and kicked off his Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang tour in Ottawa, Ontario in Canada last night. Up top is some footage courtesy of riki who caught him reciting his current single, “Rock N Roll”.
After bringing the pain across the pond, The Chef is continuing his tour in North America. After two dates in Canada, Rae runs through our country for two months straight. Click the image above to see when Rae hits your side of town.
Image: Amanda Friedman Pardon my lateness, but Friday’s April Fool’s fuckery was workin’ on my last nerve. Today we present the fourth and final feature from the current issue of RESPECT. I got my work cut out for me toppin’ this one, but I’m about to go in. I promise you. More flicks at Respect-mag.com Previously: Rozay | Busta | Wale
With today marking Russell Jones 35th birthday Shallah releases his ode to Dirt McGirt. The film’s directed by Kris Kinetik and comes days after the 6th anniversary of his death. RIP ODB! angelayee Yesterday: ODB’s Son Remembers His Father