The wu is still strong
Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang. Every time a Wu member drops an album they always bring those unique beats and Shaolin lyrics. The Chef cooks up a good album not recruiting too many features other than Lil'Wayne, Cee-Lo Green, G-Eazy, P.U.R.E and Andra Day. Lil'Wayne rips his feature apart coming with aggressive bars reminding everyone Weezy can still shine on a track with a Wu-Tang rapper. Stand out tracks would have to be 'Nothing' that delivers a "Only Built 4 Cuban Linx" type of beat and second 'Marvin,' which is equipped with a soulful hook from Cee-Lo and reminiscent lyrics about the legend Marvin Gaye. A surprising feature; G-Eazy, keeps up with the Chef and delivers a solid verse putting on for the west. A soulful album, but Raekwon never fails to deliver a streets conscious album.