Raekwon Songs

  • Gamble
    Gamble
    It's a New York affair on Raekwon's latest release. He connects with East Harlem native Bodega Bamz and Staten Island's SpankJusBizness for verses on "Gamble" which has some really nice production from Scram Jones. Rae is currently prepping his solo album, Fly International Luxurious Art, and he's locked down a release date for it, so expect to find that out in the near future. 
  • Gangsta Boogie (Remix)
    Gangsta Boogie (Remix)
    For those unfamiliar, Chase & Status are an electronic production duo from London comprised of members Saul Milton (Chase) and Will Kennard (Status). "Gangsta Boogie" is a choice selection from their October 2013 LP Brand New Machine which has since received the remix treatment, a verse from Raekwon having been added alongside Floridian emcee Knytro's. Can you dig it?
  • It's All Love
    It's All Love
    DJ Absolut who is on rotation at New York's Hot 97 unleashes something new today, which definitely has feel good vibes ready in time for the summer. Every summer Absolut gives us something new to jam too, last summer was "All We Know" with Ray J, Ace Hood, Swizz Beatz and Bow Wow. This year, Absolut keeps things in New York by recruiting NY natives Sheek Louch, Raekwon, Nathaniel for the hook, and Uncle Murda.
  • The Living Room
    The Living Room
    Raekwon is definitely keeping busy these days, as we recently learned the entire Wu-Tang Clan have been working on a very expensive album in top secret for the past few years, The Wu- Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, n addition to which there's the reunion LP
  • Thim Slick (Remix)
    Thim Slick (Remix)
    The duo behind the classic album, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx (And Only Built 4 Cuban Lix II, for that matter) have reunited on a new remix of Fabolous' Soul Tape 3 highlight, "Thim Slick". Leaving Fab's verse and the hook intact, Ghost and Rae follow the final verse, trading bars back and forth, recalling the chemistry that made their collaborative efforts so special. Both of the Wu rappers have albums in the works, and of course there's that promised Clan album as well. 
  • Work's Never Over (Funk Flex Freestyle)
    Work's Never Over (Funk Flex Freestyle)
    You probably were not expecting to see Kid Ink x Raekwon on a track together today, but lo and behold, Funkmaster Flex got it done. The West Coast native and the East Coast native spit together for Funk Flex, over the classic Mobb Deep "Shook Ones Pt. 2" sampled production by The Raiderz. And vintage record scratches by DJ Ever. How do Ink and the Chef stack up together? Should they collaborate more often? If you're digging it, click download. 
  • The Worst (Ted Smooth Remix)
    The Worst (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Ted Smooth has taken Jhene Aiko's hit "The Worst" and completely reinvented it. Flipping a sample of The Fugees "Ready Or Not" for a 90s rap version of the track. Sticking with that theme, he recruits Raekwon for a new 16, and the Wu-Tang rapper sounds right at home over the beat. "The Worst" is definitely a popular song to remix, particualarly from rappers. So far we've heard Skeme, Cap 1, and Jaden Smith take on the track.
  • Get Money
    Get Money
    Raekwon gets together with UK Producer Redlight on his latest track, "Get Money". The Wu-Tang chef decides to revisit portions of his classic verse on "C.R.E.A.M." for this similarly cash-fueled verse.Rae might be the last person you'd expect to hear over UK Bass production, but his hardened baritone sounds perfectly natural over the icy synths presented here, opting for a more simple and straight ahead flow, rather than the usual windy imagery we hear on his Wu records.
  • Blind Threats (CDQ)
    Blind Threats (CDQ)
    Yesterday ScHoolboy Q held a live Oxymoron listening session, and while most of us expected more new tracks to be previewed during the stream, there was just one new record: "Blind Threats" with Raekwon.
  • Blind Threats
    Blind Threats
    ScHoolboy Q just previewed Oxymoron live on HOT 97. While we were hoping to hear the full album, it turned out that only one new song was played. That song happened to be the Raekwon-assisted "Blind Threats", which you can now listen to in anticipation of the album dropping next week. The track has a more understated feel than some of the more hard-hitting songs we've heard from the album thus far. Rae comes through with the final 16, bringing his usual knack for cinematic imagery to Q's track.
  • Shampain
    Shampain
    Ransom continually releases freebie for the fans, but today we've got an official single from the prolific rapper. "Shampain" features verses from two vets in the game, Jadakiss and Raekwon. After dropping The Proposal earlier this year, Ransom is already back at it working on yet another album in the pipeline, Pain&Glory. "Shampain" is the first taste from the upcoming effort, and it sounds on-point, with production from MVP. The three rappers offer up a remedy to cure all that ails you: champagne.
  • Bat Dat
    Bat Dat
    Maino delivered his freEP, King Of Brooklyn, moments ago. The 11-track project features Meek Mill, T.I., French Montana, Troy Ave and Raekwon, with three bonus cuts. We were treated to several leaks leading up to the release, including "Tupac Problems" which received mixed reactions.
  • What They Want
    What They Want
    Listen to What They Want, the latest track from Uncle Murda, featuring Maino, Troy Ave, Raekwon & Tank. The cut dropped on Saturday, February 1st, 2014. Uncle Murda's future brightens with every new release, and What They Want certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Uncle Murda has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • '90s Flow
    '90s Flow
    DJ Kay Slay debuted the music video for "Keep Calm" yesterday, and today he's back again with another big posse cut, harkening back to the 90s for "90s Flow." Of course he recruited artists that were 90s staples, including Fat Joe, Ghostface Killa, Sheek Louch, N.O.R.E. and more. The track will live on Slay's upcoming album Rhyme Or Die as well as his mixtape The Rise of A City.
  • I Wanna Know
    I Wanna Know
    Grand Hustle lost a rapper this past weekend with the shooting of Doe B. As the hip-hop community continues to mourn the sudden loss, Raekwon decides to give DJ Whoo Kid a new cut in remembrance of Doe B, featuring Hustle boss T.I. and Doe. 
  • Violations
    Violations
    In a few days (3), Talib Kweli's new album, Gravitas, will be available digitally online. Today, the Brooklyn emcee leaks the Raekwon-featured track "Violations", which is produced by Thaddeus Dixon. Pre-orders for the album are available for purchase here. Sidenote: Vinyl and CD copies of of Gravitas will be available via Fat Beats on February, 18 2014. Quotable Lyrics:
  • Renaissance Rap Remix
    Renaissance Rap Remix
    Peep a selection from Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip's new mixtape, titled "Renaissance Rap Remix," where the two OG spitters recruits Raekwon and Lil Wayne for this one, over a whistling beat. Their 28-track mixtape, The Abstract & The Dragon, is available for download here. Quotable Lyrics
  • Lions Paw (Freestyle)
    Lions Paw (Freestyle)
    Raekwon decides to freestyle over "Mass Appeal" for his latest free release. "F.I.L.A." on the way.
  • Honorable
    Honorable
    Listen to Honorable, the new track by Cormega featuring Raekwon which was dropped on Thursday, November 28th, 2013. Cormega's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Honorable will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Cormega debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up. If your interest is piqued, hit up Cormega's profile for more info, news, songs, and mixtapes. How do y'all feel about this collabo? Can you dig it?
  • Soundboy Kill It
    Soundboy Kill It
    Listen to Soundboy Kill It, the latest track from Raekwon, featuring Melanie Fiona & Assassin. The cut dropped on Tuesday, November 26th, 2013. Raekwon's future brightens with every new release, and Soundboy Kill It certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Raekwon has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
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