Raekwon reveals Shaolin tracklist
2011-01-16 by David Foster Wallace | 35 Comments
Wu-Tang emcee Raekwon will release Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang on March 6.

Tracklist:

1. Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang
2. Every Soldier In The Hood (feat. Method Man)
3. Silver Rings (feat. Ghostface Killah)
4. Ferryboat Killaz
5. The Scroll
6. Masters Of Our Fate (feat. Black Thought)
7. Rich And Black (feat. Nas)
8. Butter Knives [Prod. by Bronze Nazareth]
9. Crane Style (feat. Busta Rhymes)
10. Chop Chop Ninja (feat. Inspectah Deck & Estelle)
11. From The Hills (feat. Method Man & Raheem DeVaughn)
12. Last Train To Scotland (feat. Lloyd Banks)
13. Rock N Roll (feat. Jim Jones, Ghostface Killah, & Kobe)
14. Molasses (feat. Rick Ross & Ghostface Killah)
15. Dart School
16. Snake Pond
17. Wu Chant (Outro)

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Aids
Contributing Reviewer
January 17th 2011
23828 Comments


so pumped for this, I love how I like rap now. thanks sputnik!

gocomeback
January 17th 2011
6 Comments


this isn't real rap. it's white people rap.

igloodude
January 17th 2011
398 Comments


Wait...no GZA?

Transient
January 17th 2011
1461 Comments


GZA's dropping Liquid Swords II.

Enotron
January 17th 2011
7695 Comments


awessomee

Yordy
January 17th 2011
525 Comments


How is Rae "white people rap"?

Enotron
January 17th 2011
7695 Comments


he isn't inherently, white people just tend to enjoy him

still a retarded thing to say, but just explaining what he's getting at

whywontyoudie
January 17th 2011
3063 Comments


oh tight.

Inveigh
January 17th 2011
24968 Comments


psyched

bloc
January 17th 2011
34854 Comments


Very very excited.

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Aids
Contributing Reviewer
January 17th 2011
23828 Comments


yah Rae isn't really white guy rap at all. sure I'm a white guy and I like him, but so do all my black friends. And I have so so so many black friends.

Enotron
January 17th 2011
7695 Comments


man my black friends just go crazy for this shit

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
January 17th 2011
23828 Comments


I used to have quite a few African friends but they all graduated and moved back to Africa. now it's
just me and a bunch of pale motherfuckers

LepreCon
January 17th 2011
4098 Comments


Cool, I've been getting back in touch with the Hip-Hop that I so loved as a teen lately, will definitely be checking this out

GnarlyShillelagh
Staff Reviewer
January 17th 2011
6111 Comments


CASH RULES EVERYTHING AROUND ME'ING ALL OVER MY COMPUTER SCREEN

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
January 17th 2011
31174 Comments


yah Rae isn't really white guy rap at all. sure I'm a white guy and I like him, but so do all my black friends. And I have so so so many black friends.


Did you call them your black friends, or just your friends?

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bloc
January 17th 2011
34854 Comments


Did you call them your black friends, or just your friends?

LOL always on the ball, this one.

eyedea420
January 17th 2011
160 Comments


YOU THINK YOUR WU TANG STYLE CAN DEFEAT ME!!??

Defeater
January 17th 2011
5782 Comments


SOLDIERS IN THE FRONT

Urinetrouble
January 17th 2011
5760 Comments


looks good except for busta rhymes and jim jones.

Defeater
January 17th 2011
5782 Comments


TROOPS ON THE LEFT

ShadowRemains
January 17th 2011
20752 Comments


this should be good

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qwe3
January 17th 2011
21362 Comments


this isn't real rap. it's white people rap.


yeah man because if white people like rap then its not real rap

Defeater
January 17th 2011
5782 Comments


White people are the only reason hip-hop is as big as it is today.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
January 17th 2011
23828 Comments


"Did you call them your black friends, or just your friends?" hahahaha I was totally joking, i guess that wasn't obvious. I was trying to make fun of people who are like "no guys don't worry I'm not racist I know a black guy"

qwe3
January 17th 2011
21362 Comments


White people are the only reason hip-hop is as big as it is today.


partly agree

MassiveAttack
January 17th 2011
2688 Comments


I'd agree with that, after all....Vanilla Ice was the first to hit platinum right?

TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
January 18th 2011
7116 Comments


lol, lloyd banks. looks good overall though.

DhA
January 18th 2011
421 Comments


lloyd banks is ok

Counterf3it
January 18th 2011
563 Comments


cant wait

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
January 18th 2011
23828 Comments


yah what the hell is Lloyd Banks doing on here?

patroneyes
January 18th 2011
1919 Comments


oooooooo song w/ thought

yes

Brontosaurus
January 19th 2011
302 Comments


this will probably be good. ill check it out

808muzik
January 20th 2011
945 Comments


this is finally dropping!

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bapstain
January 20th 2011
11 Comments


lloyd banks can be a sick mc so i look forward to hearing him with the chef.

and busta stay dropping crazy sh.i.t, he has had his weak moments but you when he collabs with the right people its gonna be straight.





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