Throwback: Three Years Ago, Raekwon Tore Down Drink Champs With Noreaga and DJ EFN

Almost to the day, but I missed the anniversary by a few weeks. Noreaga keeps interrupting Raekwon throughout SMH

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Throwback @WuTangClan Tiny Desk Concert on @NPR

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The Ooo We Love You Rakeem Version That Should Have Been The Video Version

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Throwback: 1997 Wu documentary

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Flashback: Ghostface Breaks Down His Early Years Leading Up To The Wu

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Method Man guests on Jimmy Kimmel live for rare late night interview

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Drake Rocks Vintage Rza Tee In New Video

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Inspectah Deck Honors the History of Rap in his New Video

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Ghostface celebrates in his latest video

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Rapsody remakes Gza classic “Liquid Swords” with blazing new Gza verse and D’Angelo vocals

Ordinarily, I would urge all new emcees to avoid rhyming over classic samples, but Rapsody absolutely ROCKS over the classic sample Gza originally rhymed over on “Liquid Swords” (the title track to his debut album). D’Angelo also adds vocal fire to the track, although he does not appear in the extremely well-directed video above (Mary J. Blige and Roxanne Shante make cameos though!). Now all I need to know is “what does Ibtihaj mean?”

Edit: Found the answer on Okayplayer.com: “The song is named after Ibtihaj Muhammad, the fencer who made news for being the first Muslim American woman to wear a hijab while competing for the United States in the 2016 Summer Olympics.”

 

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