"King Of New York" is a highly influential movie when it comes to hip-hop (it was featured on our 'Films That Have Influenced Hip-Hop List,' rightly so).
We've heard plenty of responses and reactions to Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse, but up to this point, nothing from the man himself. In a new teaser interview with Power106, the rapper has finally broken his silence on the controversy around his verse.
Raekwon On Kendrick Lamar's "King Of New York" Claim: "He Can Never Wear That Crown" Aug 21, 2013 at 12:54pm
Raekwon is certainly among New York's rap royalty, so it only seems right that his opinion is considered in the "King Of New York" discussion.
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