Raekwon Shares His Track With T.I. & The Tragically Murdered Doe B (Audio)

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It’s eerie how artists can be prophetic of each others’ talent, when death is involved. Before Big L’s tragic murder in Harlem, he had worked with Jay Z. Before Stack Bundles’ death years later, he was actively working with Joe Budden and Max B. Just over the holiday week, Montgomery, Alabama’s Doe B was murdered. The Grand Hustle act had already worked with a host of Hustle Gang affiliates.

Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon was somebody who was checking for Doe. He and Tip made “I Wanna Know” with the fledgling artist. In the wake of the tragedy, Chef released the joint—tuning in Heads on another sadness in the heart of Hip-Hop.


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