Raekwon Shares Stories About Early Wu-Tang Clan Days

Posted by , May 7, 2015 at 05:37pm

Raekwon shares stories about the early Wu-Tang Clan days with DJ Booth.


Raekwon sat down with the DJ Booth for some "Storytime," and the veteran shared a few of his stories from the Wu-Tang Clan days. It's broken down into a few different video segments, but up top you can hear Rae speak on the Scarface sample in "Criminology," and how they were inspired to use it, and how in turn, that sample inspired Ghostface Killah to rock some silk robes and a Jesus piece.

In the additional video segments, which you can catch below, The Chef speaks on the recording process for "Criminology" and Wu's early days in general (in RZA's basement), the hip-hop legends he looks up to, and a story about how RZA's basement was flooded shortly after the release of 36 Chambers, resulting in the loss of a ton of music.

Raekwon shares stories about the early Wu-Tang Clan days with DJ Booth.

Raekwon sat down with the DJ Booth for some "Storytime," and the veteran shared a few of his stories from the Wu-Tang Clan days. It's broken down into a few different video segments, but up top you can hear Rae speak on the Scarface sample in "Criminology," and how they were inspired to use it, and how in turn, that sample inspired Ghostface Killah to rock some silk robes and a Jesus piece.

In the additional video segments, which you can catch below, The Chef speaks on the recording process for "Criminology" and Wu's early days in general (in RZA's basement), the hip-hop legends he looks up to, and a story about how RZA's basement was flooded shortly after the release of 36 Chambers, resulting in the loss of a ton of music.

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