New Music: Wu-Tang Clan – “A Better Tomorrow”

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After finally announcing the release of their highly-anticipated, long-gestating new album A Better Tomorrow back in early October, Wu-Tang Clan followed it up by dropping two new tracks within a span of a few weeks. Those two new cuts being "Ruckus In B Minor" (which they performed on Letterman last night) and the gritty "Necklace." Now Clan is back in the front, sharing the title track. A Better Tomorrow will be released on December 1 via Warner Bros., Wu-Tang Clan's new home. Listen to "A Better Tomorrow" after the jump.

New Music: Wu-Tang Clan – “Necklace”

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The release date for Wu-Tang Clan's first studio album in almost seven years is quickly approaching and after dropping the track "Ruckus In B Minor" earlier this month the Clan is back in the front with "Necklace". The cut features verses from Ghostface Killah​, Cappadonna, Raekwon, and GZA with production that will surely have you thinking Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Classic ish. After the jump!

New Music: Raekwon – “You Used to Love Me” (Remix)

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Here's a blast from the past. Recorded way back in 1995, Raekwon has decided it's now suitable to remix this oldie but goodie classic. Traveling back in time Rae jumps on Faith Evans' 1995 classic, “You Used to Love Me” and polishes off the dust with a fresh, new verse. Rae has been blessing fans with these #TBT tracks and his remix of “You Used to Love Me” is a welcome addition. Check it after the jump.

New Music: Raekwon – “When I See You” (TBT)

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Raekwon remixes a more recent vintage hit, Fantasia's "When I See You" and the storytelling is full tilt. The boy-meets-girl and Five Percenter Meets Queen talk remind us of all the hip-hop love songs the Chef came up hearing. Listen after the jump.

New Music: Raekwon – “Flawless”

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From Rae's Throwback Thursday series is this gem remix of a Luther jam. His TBT tribute are like the best cross between the music your auntie played at the barbecue and the tunes you snuck off to listen to with your cousin in the den. It's kind of criminal how good he is at rhyming, even over these smoothed out retro R&B tracks. Listen after the jump.