Raekwon's F.I.L.A. seemed like it might never arrive, and then when it did, it seemed all-too-quiet of a release. The new video for "1,2,1,2" should give you a reason to check out the new effort, as Rae links up with a reinvigorated rapping Snoop.
It’s tough to get 100 percent behind the Wu-Tang Clan these days. No one can deny their influence and run of classic records in the 90s, but drama, stylistic confusion, and album delays have plagued the crew for the past half-decade.
This week marks the release of Raekwon's sixth solo studio album, F.I.L.A. (Fly International Luxurious Art), and to celebrate, he was on Hot 97 to give us all the low-down on the project, as well as discuss some other stuff.
Raekwon's had Fly International Luxurious Art in the making for quite some time. The album is finally set to impact on iTunes tomorrow, and in advance of the album's release, you can stream it on Spotify.
Raekwon stars in the latest edition of Noisey's "The People Vs...", in which The Chef responds to YouTube comments left on the video to "Ice Cream," off his classic 1995 album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Users marvel at the realnes of the video girls'
Following his performance at Coachella this past weekend, Raekwon made his way by Revolt TV recently and served as the special guest on the program's show “Revolt Live”.
Raekwon Announces Release Date For "F.I.L.A." [Update: Artwork & Tracklist Are Here] Mar 16, 2015 at 12:42pm
Raekwon's seventh studio album has been in the works for quite some time, and after several delays, the rapper has finally locked in a release date for Fly International Luxurious Art.
Raekwon just stopped by Shade 45's Street Sweeper Radio to promote his upcoming album F.I.L.A., which stands for Fly International Luxurious Art.
F.I.L.A. (short for Fly International Luxurious Art) is on the horizon as the rapper is shooting for an early May release date. When making an appearance on B Real’s Smoke Box Internet show, the former Wu-Tang-Clan member had this to say:
The Chef recently caught up with Montreality to discuss his passion for literature, his favorite books, cartoon character and videogame, his last meal of choice, the true definition of a "G," his upcoming projects "F.I.L.A." and "Canamerica," working with JAY-
Raekwon has always shown love to Canada, setting up his Ice H20 label in Toronto, and putting on Toronto-born rapper J. Era. Now Rae is going to embark on a Canadian tour in support of his album, F.I.L.A. (Fly Illustrious Luxurious Art).
The Chef sat down with HHS1987 for an indepth interview, and in this part of the convo he talks about his lasting career in hip-hop, his new LP "F.I.L.A." and more.Let us know what you think, folks.
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