Wu-Tang Clan, as a collective, may be having trouble coming together and coexisting in the group peacefully, but that isn’t stopping Raekwon from moving forward with the release of his upcoming project “Fly Luxurious International Art.” The album’s first single is the track “The Living Room.”
The short song is actually a three-song suite. The opening part of the song features a driving horn soul sample with The Chef flexing his lyrical muscle all over it. Rae spits, “Flexing at the coliseum, not the one on Jamaica Ave./The one up in my lab with no demons in it.”
The song then transforms itself into a dark and brooding track where Raekwon delivers his signature gangsta flow. “We like the Ringling Bros. posing in Nikes/Rocking big dumb knots that’s stupid/Spray a groupie up,” Rae rhymes in a relaxed cadence.
As the track comes to a close,pays homage to the soul music that’s inspired him by allowing the classic “Walk On By” to be played as the song’s outro.
Check it out below. There is no official word on when Raekwon’s album will be dropping.
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