The Wild is near and The Chef decides that it is best to remix the lead single “The Is What It Comes To” with his brother for a quarter century, the one and only Tony Starks.
With Raekwon’s The Wild right around the corner, Scram Jones drops this clever mix of Raekwon songs using the original samples. If you think you know your samples, you should definitely try your luck guessing them all in this Shade 45 mix.
Raekwon shares another banger from The Wild, this time it’s all about “My Corner” with assistance from Lil Wayne. “‘My Corner’ is a flashback to them good ol’ terrible blocks, and we take you back to all-black outfits,” Raekwon told Rolling Stone. “This record must be played at high volume.
The unlikely pairing of Raekwon and G-Eazy yielded some super dopeness. Now you get to see the two on camera in Los Angeles making their way to the “Purple Brick Road.”
The pairing of Raekwon and G-Eazy may seem odd at first, but rest assured that this is a banger. The Chef and Mr. Eazy team up over some dope J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League production for “Purple Brick Road” from Raekwon’s album The Wild.
Raekwon releases the all blue visuals to “This Is What It Comes To” off of his forthcoming album The Wild due out on March 24th.
Wu Tang affiliate Joe Young nabs Method Man, Raekwon, Cappadonna and Masta Killa for the Dame Grease-produced “Crack Babies 2.0”
DJ Kay Slay rounds up Dave East, Papoose and Raekwon for “Microphone Murderers” off of his 50 Shades Of Slay project. Each emcee takes his turn over a Rakim sample and you’ll be the judge of who committed the highest form of microphone murder.
DJ Absolut revisits dropping the collaborative joint from 2015 but releases the original mix instead of the one that used the instrumental for Faith Evans’ “You Used to Love Me (Puff Daddy Mix).”
DJ Kay Slay assembles yet another squadron of NYC rhyme slingers for this joint from his Shadow of the Sun album.