Raekwon Goes Back To The Good Ol’ Days Of His Youth Over ’70s Soul (Audio)

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Raekwon is three songs deep in a young 2018. Just over one week after the Wu-Tang Clan swordsman hit Heads off with a combo punch in “The Sky” and “The Biz,” the Staten Island, New Yorker is back for more.

Like those previous sample-based records joints, the quick-strike “It’s A Shame” arrangement by RoadsArt clutches strongly to The Spinners’ 1970 hit of the same name. Back then, it was the Detroit, Michigan collective’s first of many dashes into the Top 20.

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For Chef Rae’, it’s a mental journey about his youth, from fashion stylin’, Kung Fu flicks in the grind-houses, and a warning to never ever call him by his first name.

Raekwon’s 2016 album, The Wild, is still sitting pretty as one of the best Wu-Tang solo efforts of late.