From the album: The Wild (H2O Records; Empire Distribution), .
Raekwon the Chef returns with The Wild, his first release since 2015’s Fly International Luxurious Art. Stacked with power features from Cee Lo Green, Lil Wayne, and G-Eazy this album is sure to that classic Wu-Tang feel along with an updated twist for fans. When asked about the title, Raekwon said, “With all the sh*t going on today, this title rolled off my tongue like alkaline water in the bloodstream”.
Immobilarity is the second studio album from Raekwon of the almighty Wu. The producers Triflyn, The Infinite Arkatechz and Six July Productions gave Immobilarity the same sounds which producer RZA gave to Raekwon’s first album with ill beats and street lyrics. Fellow rappers from the Wu-Tang Clan also appear on the album such as Method Man on “Fuck Them”, “Power” with the American Cream Team and “The Table” featuring Masta Killa. As a nice bonus attribute there’s even a solid Pete Rock produced track “Sneakers” with Raekwon’s flowing rhymes.
Sold out since 2015, we just got back in stock the official reissue of the debut solo album from Wu-Tang Clans’ Ghostface Killah. Released in 1996, Ironman is filled with Wu-Tang collabos, prominently featuring Raekwon and Cappadonna, with a handful of tracks featuring Ghost performing companionless.
CD also available.
Sold out since the summer, this is the definitive must-own vinyl edition of Raekwon’s masterpiece. Pressed on purple vinyl, this edition features the bonus track “North Star”. Own a piece of Wu-Tang Clan history – cop it now!
Red/Gold colored vinyl re-issue of this 1995 Wu classic! Produced by RZA and co-starring Ghostface Killah, it features appearances from every other member of the Wu-Tang Clan. It also features an acclaimed guest appearance from rapper Nas, which marked the first collaboration with a non-affiliated artist on a Wu-Tang related album. Along with GZA’s Liquid Swords, Cuban Linx… is widely classified as the best solo Wu-Tang material. There is a very good reason why this sold over 1 million copies in the USA alone.
Cassette also available.