Celebrating the 20th anniversary of his debut album OB4CL, Raekwon makes his way to Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to talk about an upcoming documentary based on the solo LP and of course his most recent effort F.I.L.A. Set to embark on tour this summer for the dedicated fans who’ve been with him since OB4CL, the Chef says you can expect to see him everywhere for 45 days starting in July.
The Ice H2O CEO also touched on Wu Tang never being together, 36 Chambers, thoughts on a biopic, upcoming artists, and the alleged accusation of a woman sleeping with the whole clan that made it to divorce court.
On why there was never a documentary for Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers):
Dealing with a franchise team, everybody got to be in sync. You gotta have the right coaches and the right people making sure we’re all on the same page. It’s so many of us. One thing we always told y’all from the beginning, we said, Yo when we come in we gonna come in this way and everybody would eventually do their own thing. That’s what’s going on. Everybody made a lot of money. What you did with your money is what you did, where your career is at, is where it’s at. I can say that for myself. I blew a lot of cash and right now, I’m just still fortunate to be able to go out there and capitalize.
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