C.R.E.A.M., the Wu Tang Clan‘s classic ‘94 single, saw Raekwon, Method Man and Inspektah Deck reflecting on the extent to which paper, and their struggle to obtain it, shaped their lives from an early age. Nearly 20 years later, the record’s message rings as true as the day it was written. On a standout off his latest street album, Torae links up with fellow Brooklyn lyricist Skyzoo for a timely reminder that Cash Still Rules everything around us. A lush, sampled beat by PJ Katz backs their bars. For this joint, reader-approved lead effort What’s Love and much more, check out the emcee’s Admission of Guilt tape, released last Wednesday for free streaming and download via The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 03/17/13
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