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Two of the most consistent and popular members of Wu-Tang Clan, Raekwon and Ghostface have gone from thugged-out project kids to international superstars, thanks to their exceptional microphone skills, instantly recognizable flows, and unlimited charisma. They've both put out multiple classic albums, and continue to drop quality hip-hop nearly two decades since their debut. Links to Poetry is a mysterious compilation of rare and obscure material from deep in the crates. Though only eight tracks, there are some serious must-hear gems included, such as Cappadonna's exceptional single "97 Mentality," "Cobra Clutch" (originally featured on Wu-Tang Killa Bees' The Swarm Vol. 1), and "Black Trump," from the Cocoa Brovaz (a.k.a. Smif-N-Wessun's) sophomore album The Rude Awakening. But the true standout here remains "Wu-Gambinos," a jaw-droppingly fierce all-star posse cut from Rae's 1995 masterpiece Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. A dope collection from two of the greatest rappers of our generation.

Customer Reviews

For all you hip hop rookies out there

These are old songs. Like totally old dude. Ya'll need to do some homework. Black Trump is off Cocoa B'z album from the 90s.

What is this?

Who threw this together and tried to make a quick buck?


d*mn ghost!!!


Born: January 12, 1970 in New York

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Raekwon may not have achieved the solo stardom of his fellow Wu-Tang Clan mates Method Man or Ol' Dirty Bastard, but along with Genius/GZA and frequent partner Ghostface Killah, he's done some of the most inventive, critically acclaimed work outside the confines of the group. Born Corey Woods and also nicknamed the Chef (because he's "cookin' up some marvelous sh*t to get your mouth watering"), Raekwon joined the Staten Island, NY-based Wu-Tang collective in the early '90s and played an important...
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