Having earned rave Booth reviews for album leak 225 Rounds, the legendary Wu-Tang Clan return to ignite further anticipation for their sixth studio album with another fresh record. Thanks to the production work of Noah Rubin (along with Fizzy Womack & Andrew Kelley) Laced Cheeba is cut with that classic Wu-Tang flavor, and Ghostface, Sean Price and Trife Diesel don’t fail to do the gritty beat justice. Digging it? There’s plenty more where this came from on Legendary Weapons, scheduled to hit stores July 26, via E1 Music.
Written by richard on 06/29/11
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