It appears Raekwon might need a refresher course in spelling. Why, you ask? His latest EP, which dropped earlier this week, is entitled Lost Jewlry... which, for all non-spellcheckers, is missing an “e.” One subject for which The Chef doesn’t need lessons is in the art of crushing the mic. On Die Tonight, a stand out selection from the project, Rae highlights his authentic pull no punches style, an approach that has made him one of the more respected emcee’s in the game over two decades. Armed with his brash flow the NY native covers topics ranging from gun toting to bowlegged strippers, all over the top of a head nodding beat from producer Frank G. If you are hankerin’ for more, we highly suggest that you download Lost Jewlry, available for free download on The DJBooth.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/18/13
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