Ghostface Killah Announces New Double LP Remix Project ‘Ghost Files’ & “Watch ‘Em Holla” feat. Raekwon, Masta Killa & Cappadonna

As part of the milestone celebration of their landmark debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), which was released on November 9th, 1993, Staten Island officially proclaimed that November 9th will henceforth be known as ‘Wu-Tang Clan Day“!  The group capped of their 25th anniversary celebration with an unforgettable performance on Good Morning America.
On 10-5-18, Ghostface Killah released a new project and fan favorite, The Lost Tapes, which was entirely produced by Big Ghost and featured guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, E-40, Big Daddy Kane and Sheek Louch and his Wu brethren Raekwon, Masta Killa & Cappadonna among others. 
Today, Ghostface announces the Ghost Files, a new Double-Album Remix of The Lost Tapes, featuring 25-tracks in total, with one side remixed entirely by Bronze Nazareth and one side remixed entirely by Agallah. 
The Ghost Files Double Album Remix project also includes a new and unreleased track (“N.W.O.”) which features Queensbridge legend Tragedy.
To honor the Wu’s 25th Anniversary and his new remix project, Ghost enlisted Bronze Nazareth to remix “Watch ‘Em Holla” featuring Raekwon, Masta Killa & Cappadonna.
Ghostface Killah’s Ghost Files will be released on 11-30-18.

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U-God feat. Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and Scotty Wotty – “Epicenter” [Video]

Wu-Tang members join forces in U-God’s new video for “Epicenter,” the DJ Green Lantern produced single from U-God’s new album Venom.  The video features U-God, Raekwon,Inspectah Deck and Jackpot Scotty Wotty, traveling the globe and representing Wu-Tang Worldwide.  2018 marks Wu-Tang Clan’s 25th Anniversary as the Clan reunites for the “Epicenter” video.   “Epicenter” is one of my most creative visuals to date; we went wild with our imaginations to make a video that had no creative boundaries. 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” U-God stated to Rolling Stone.


“Epicenter” is featured on U-God’s new solo album Venom, which was released on 3-30-18 via Babygrande Records.  This is the founding member’s fifth studio album and features appearances and production from Raekwon, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Large Professor, Lord Finesse and Green Lantern.


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U-God Announces New Solo Album, Venom, & Releases First Single, “Epicenter” f/ Raekwon & Inspectah Deck


As 2018 marks WU-TANG CLAN’s 25th Anniversary, founding member U-GOD aka Golden Arms reminds us that the Clan members get better with age with the release of his new solo album Venom, which will be released on 3-30-18 via of Babygrande Records.


The essence of that classic Wu-Tang sound we love so much comes full circle on the God’s fifth studio album, Venom.  Led by the gritty DJ Green Lantern produced single, “Epicenter,” featuring Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and Scotty Wotty, U-God wastes no time setting the tone for what’s to come on the album.  “Wu-Tang is forever and will always represent the epicenter of hip-hop, me and my brothers throwing darts back to back that’s that Park Hill $h*t, watch out we causing Tsunamis of swagger up in this motherfucka” U-God commented to Hotnewhiphop.


In addition to his new solo-album, U-God will be releasing his new memoir/book Raw: My Journey Into The Wu Tang on 3-6-2018 and will immediately embark on  his first solo U.S. tour in five years (Tour Dates below) in support of both his new album Venom and his new book RAW: My Journey Into Wu Tang. The RAW/VENOM Tour will feature both intimate Q+A sessions with U-God and live performance dates.

Kool G Rap feat. Raekwon – “Out For That Life”

Hip Hop’s golden era constituent, Queens’ native, the godfather of Mafioso rap, legendary and influential emcee,  Kool G Rap, broke out in the late 80s and early 90s as one half of the duo with DJ Polo. Together, Kool G Rap and DJ Polo released three undisputed classic albums; beginning with their debut album, Road To The Riches (1989), Wanted: Dead or Alive (1990) and Live and Let Die (1992).


Simultaneously, G Rap and DJ Polo gained notoriety as members of the Juice Crew, whose noteworthy membership includes DJ Marley Marl, Big Daddy Kane, Masta Ace and Roxanne Shante At the height of  hip-hop’s golden age, The Juice Crew was the definition of innovative and not only influenced the culture as a whole (style, lyricism, creativity), but also impressed the importance of style, substance and technique upon the next wave of ambassadors (Nas, Jay-Z, Big Pun, Ice Cube, 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G. etc).


After a successful run with DJ Polo and the Juice Crew, G Rap embarked on a solo-career, with his solo debut, 4, 5, 6, appearing in 1995, which was preceded by Roots of Evil (1998) and The Giancana Story (2002) which featured AZ, Nas, Joell Ortiz, Mobb Deep, and CNN. Six years later, G Rap released Half a Klip (2008), which included production from DJ Premier and DJ Marley Marl.


On 6-2-17, Kool G Rap will release his new solo album, Return Of The Don, which is entirely produced by MoSS and features a veritable who’s who list of new and familiar spitters; Freeway, Noreaga, Sean Price, Cormega, Raekwon, Sheek Louch, Saigon, Termanology, Fame, KXNG Crooked, Conway The Machine & Westside Gunn (the newest signees to Eminem’s Shady Records) and the late Sean Price.







Kool G Rap “Return Of The Don World Tour Dates:


May 25 New York, NY – BB Kings

June 10 Rome, Italy – Villaggio Globale

June 13 Stockholm, Sweden – Kagelbanan

June 14 Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset

June 16 Dublin, Ireland – Sugar Club

June 19 Glasgow, UK O2 ABC2

June 20 Leeds, UK – Wardrobe

June 21 Manchester, UK – Sound Control

June 22 Bristol UK – O2 Academy Bristol

June 23 London UK – O2 Academy Islington

June 26 Norwich, UK – Norwich Arts Centre

June 28 Leicester, UK – 2 Funky Caf

July 6 Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Bitterzoet

July 8  Oslo, Norway – Blaa

July 9 Paris, France – Paris hiphop festival

August 18 Orpund, Switzerland – Royal Arena Festival

August 19 Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic – Hip Hop Kemp Festival


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Raekwon feat. P.U.R.E. – “M&N” [Music Video]

Raekwon’s seventh solo-masterpiece, The Wild, continues to draw rave reviews from critics and fans alike and today he releases the third visual from the project, “M&N,” via an exclusive premiere with Vibe.

“M&N” features Raekwon and his new signee, P.U.R.E., on a special ops mission to not only locate a radical leader, but to do so while playing a game of alphabetical slaughter.

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Raekwon Cosigns G4SHI on Twitter.

Raekwon Cosigns G4SHI on Twitter.
Upon the release of Raekwon’s new album, #theWild, he’s taken time to show love to the emerging artist, G4SHI. G4SHI is a Brooklyn rapper with a hit on his hands called “Disrespectful.”
G4SHI’s single “Disrespectful” quietly went viral during SXSW. 
When Game Media sent the track, it was only at 30K, now respectively plays have jumped to 2 million with the help of cosigns like Raekwon, DJ Snake, Hip Hop Mike, Zoey Dollaz and more.
The single has also trickled over sites like 2DopeBoyz, theSource, HipHopDX and much more.
Disrespectful is the first single from his new album Stairs 2 coming soon.. and his video for Disrespectful is on the way.




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Raekwon Discusses His Tribute To Marvin Gaye On The Eve Of His Birth & Death

On The Eve Of The Anniversary For The Iconic Artists Birth & Death, Raekwon Breaks Down His Heartfelt Tribute To Marvin Gaye

“I don’t make records for pleasure. I did when I was a younger artist, but I don’t today. I record so that I can feed people what they need, what they feel. Hopefully, I record so that I can help someone overcome a bad time.” (Marvin Gaye, NME Interview Circa 1982)

One of the standout tracks from Raekwon’s recently released seventh solo-masterpiece, The Wild, is undoubtedly his heartfelt tribute to Marvin Gaye, simply entitled “Marvin” which features Cee-Lo.

With “Marvin,” Raekwon authors his own audio autobiography of the fellow iconic artist, detailing his upbringing, his artistic legacy, his turbulent personal life and his tragic death (at the hands of his own father).  As the anniversary of Marvin Gaye’s birth (April 2nd) and death (April 1st) both draw near, Raekwon further honors Marvin Gaye’s life and his dedication to him by delving into the creative process of the track and where the inspiration stemmed from.

“Once I heard the beat, his name kept coming to me (“Marvin” exactly like Cee-Lo’s hook).  The beat reminded me of him and it transported me back to that time.  It was like his life flashed before me and the words just began spilling out organically” Raekwon stated.  “Marvin’s music transcended genres and it can speak to anyone, but it especially speaks to those of us who come from the inner-city; poverty, oppression, the good and the bad.  Living in the inner-city, his music helps us reflect.  He was real and you could hear it in his voice and in his music.  That is where we have parallels, he spoke to a generation and so do I and Wu-Tang.  We share creativity and we speak on what we want people to hear; and not focus on trends.  Marvin saw the climate change and what he saw affected him.  He stood up for what he believed in (issues we are still dealing with today) and created conversation and awareness and he had a vision; I resemble those same traits.   I wish I could sit down with him and play him this tribute and just smoke a splif and vibe.”

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