Diamond D revisits his 2019 album, The Diam Piece 2 with the video for “Survive Or Die,” which features Fat Joe, Raekwon and Fred The Godson.
The Green Eyed Bandit will be dropping his Vernia album on April 19. To get you ready for what’s to come, Sermon teams up with Raekwon and Noreaga for “My Style.” It’s all about the godfathers of hip hop paving the way for the future.
Lion Babe hooks up with Raekwon in the video for “Western World” ahead of their release of Cosmic Wind album.
B Leafs is at it again with Skyzoo, Reks and Raekwon delivering emphatic bars over smooth production on “Flawless.”
Ghostface Killah isn’t done giving us the goods just yet. On November 30th, the Wu member will deliver a double-album of remixes titled Ghost Files. To kick things off, Ghost serves up a remix of “Watch Em Holla” with added guests Raekwon, Cappadonna and Masta Killa.
Teyana Taylor takes it back to the 90’s R&B remix era as Ghostface Killah, Method Man and Raekwon pounce on “Gonna Love Me.”
It’s brief but effective. The Chef and The Soul Assassin connect for “Yacht Party” from DJ Muggs forthcoming album Dia Del Asesinato (Assassination Day).
Statik Selektah provides the sinister production for Termanology and Raekwon to demolish with bars of fury on “Passport Kingz.”
With his mixtape “Venom” out now, U-God drops the video for “Epicenter” featuring Inspectah Deck, Raekwon and Jackpot Scotty Wotty.
“We went wild with our imaginations to make a video that had no creative boundaries,” U-God told Rolling Stone. “I believe it ranks up there with some of the CLAN’s early videos which were so cutting edge and push the envelope to the max.”
After dropping the audio, Forever M.C. releases the lyric video to the Raekwon, Ghostface, Masta Killa & Cappadonna assisted song “Piranhas.”