Raekwon Rates Rhymes By Other Wu-Tang Clan Members & Throws Darts At Them (Video)

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No one judges you more harshly than your own family…Raekwon was living proof of that statement recently, as he was the latest guest on BET’s digital series, “Rate The Bars.” The web series features MCs rating the lyrics of other rappers, as they read them without knowing the author.

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Unlike other guests, Raekwon is quick and decisive with his evaluations. He speeds through lines by Vince Staples, Busta Rhymes, The Notorious B.I.G. and others in less than 3 minutes. In perhaps the most entertaining stretch, he is asked to evaluate a number of rhymes by Wu-Tang Clan members, including Ghostface Killah, Method Man, RZA, Ol Dirty Bastard and himself. Surprisingly, he reserves some of his harshest critiques for fellow Killa Bees, handing out 2s and 3s to many of them.

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While Rae clearly recognizes rhymes from GFK and himself, it is unclear whether he knows that he is killing the bars of some of his other Wu brethren. He does acknowledge in the end, however, that he knows he’s going to catch heat for some of his assessments.