Raekwon Speaks With Elite Daily On Controversy Surrounding New Wu-Tang Album (Video)

Raekwon Speaks With Elite Daily On Controversy Surrounding New Wu-Tang Album (Video)
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On the verge of the twentieth anniversary of the legendary album Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers, Max Grunner of Elite Daily had the honor and privilege to sit down with founding Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon.

Raekwon spoke about entrepreneurialism in hip hop, how he transitioned from an artist to a label head and his forthcoming album, F.I.L.A.

In the first of three parts of this interview, Raekwon speaks about the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan album, A Better Tomorrow, which is slated to drop later this year. Rae tells about his issues getting everyone together and on the same page, as well as what he needs from the project in order to be involved.

Check out this exclusive interview with Raekwon the Chef!

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