Jay-Z, Nas, Busta Rhymes, and the members of the Wu-Tang Clan have proven age and music have nothing to do with each other. Raekwon made his strong return to the game in 2009 with the release of his Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… Pt. 2. Much like his 1995 debut, the album was met with extreme critical success.
Raekwon has used this momentum to keep going, releasing Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang in March of 2011, another critically-acclaimed album. Earlier this year, Raekwon would launch his Ice H20 Records, which will house his roster of talented artists. The Unexpected Victory mixtape from Raekwon would also be released earlier this year.
After releasing his highly-popular mixtape, Raekwon made plans to release his next album. Now six albums deep, Raekwon would speak to LabelPushers.com. During the interview, Raekwon would speak on his longevity in the rap game.
Watch the entire interview below: