WU WEDNESDAY: HEAVEN & HELL

Wu-Tang’s own Raekwon Da Chef came out strong with his first solo release ONLY BUILT 4 CUBAN LINX and its hit single, “Heaven & Hell”. The track discusses the drug dealings going on in the streets and how everything revolves around it (Not much has changed in the ghettos). To be a young black man growing up in the inner city of the early 90’s was no easy task. Songs like Heaven & Hell reflect that struggle. Wu-Tang’s C.R.E.A.M is also a perfect example of that era. Respect to Raekwon and Wu-Tang for still going strong 24 years after 36 Chambers.

RIP O.D.B.

ENJOY.

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