Originally posted by yankeeBaby
Word. Raekwon killed it with the new album. Went to the Wu-tang concert in December and it was fantastic. Their style never dies and makes New Yorkers proud to NOT be apart of that Lil Weezy shiiiiiite. I am a huge fan of old-skool, even so far back as the Roots and Rakim
Love the Roots! They've been consistently good over the years, and maintain that old-skool hip-hop vibe.
Actually, their album "How I Got Over" from 2010 was the first hip-hop album I've bought in YEARS. Not bad at all. It was my summer album last year
I love this track.
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