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Real Life - Raekwon - Immobilarity (Cassette, Album)

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Select Gender? Once an artist has dropped a classic album, they are held up to the unfair expectations to do so again with each release in the future. Anything short causes rampant hating, talks of falling off, selling out, and other releated activities. Raekwon is one of the artists who fell victim to some of the this unfair criticism. Sunday 16 February Monday 17 February Tuesday 18 February Wednesday 19 February Thursday 20 February Friday 21 February Saturday 22 February Sunday 23 February Monday 24 February Tuesday 25 February Wednesday 26 February Thursday 27 February Friday 28 February Saturday 29 February Sunday 1 March Monday 2 March Tuesday 3 March Wednesday 4 March Thursday 5 March Friday 6 March Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Monday 9 March Tuesday 10 March Wednesday 11 March Thursday 12 March Friday 13 March Saturday 14 March Sunday 15 March Monday 16 March Tuesday 17 March Wednesday 18 March Thursday 19 March Friday 20 March Saturday 21 March From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Review: Immobilarity. Retrieved on Chicago Sun-Times : January 9, Archived from the original on The Village Voice : January 25, The album also features debut appearances for affiliates Cappadonna and Blue Raspberry. It also features an acclaimed guest appearance from rapper Nas , which marked the first collaboration with a non-affiliated artist on a Wu-Tang related album.

Upon its release, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx With its emphasis on American Mafia insinuations and organized crime , the album is widely regarded as a pioneer of the mafioso rap subgenre. It is considered to have been highly influential on hip hop music over the next decade, being heavily referenced and influential on acclaimed albums such as Jay-Z 's Reasonable Doubt and The Notorious B.

Raekwon released Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Much of the content on the album deals with real life topics and situations that both Raekwon and Ghostface Killah commonly encountered and experienced while growing up in Staten Island , New York. We did the hustlin' thing, we did the crime thing; we did all the things that made us feel like mobsters or Mafiosos in some way.

We were banned from everything. They wouldn't even let me in the Tunnel. Niggas was scared to death when I was out there wilding. I was fucking niggas up, robbing niggas, fucking a lot of bitches, just doing dumb shit. In regard to his and Ghostface's partnership, Raekwon later commented "Ghost and me, especially at the time, had this identical-twin effect on each other. We would joke about the same things and laugh at the same shit.

We were into the same clothes and shit. We were like the EPMD of the crew. Rae and Ghost together, those two right there were notorious kids from two different projects.

Cuban Linx was an opportunity for Rae and Ghost to give us the street side. When we did it, I said, "yo, it's gonna be a very dangerous album; it's gonna change the game. We gonna invite those demons, every negative stereotype, and deal with them. It's so natural, it don't feel like songs. It was a chance to show the world not only how New York lived, but also how Shaolin preserved New York.

An older generation was leaving and getting older. We're from the crack generation - that real gritty, rough project shit. We was on corners at 15, 16, doing shit you couldn't imagine. It also features a guest appearance from rapper Nas , making this the first collaboration with a non-affiliated artist on a Wu-Tang related album. We'd just ride and hang out all night. We didn't call each other to work. We called each other to hang out. Somehow we wound up in the studio. RZA had a couple of beats.

He played them for me. I got on both of them. The other one never came out. I was honored to be asked to be on the album. Raekwon was ahead of his time. I knew Rae was a classic artist and the album was going to be a music classic. The album's title serves as "a warning of its musical potency to those not prepared for the uncut raw contained within. The chain we used to rock back in the days was Cuban links.

So Rae came up with the theory, like a Cuban link is one of the roughest chains to break. Real niggas, strong niggas. The album is also commonly referred to as " The Purple Tape " because the original cassette's plastic was entirely purple; Raekwon marked the tape distinctively as a reference to drug dealers' method of tagging their product, to distinguish it from that of others'. Introspection Late Night Partying.

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Release Date November 16, Genre Rap.

Raekwon's songs: Listen to songs by Raekwon on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Raekwon Immobilarity. This One's For My Baby. Raekwon feat. El Michels Affair Real Life (Album Version) Raekwon. Immobilarity. Fuck Them (Album.

9 thought on “Real Life - Raekwon - Immobilarity (Cassette, Album)”

  1. Shakagis says:
    Immobilarity is the second studio album by American rapper and Wu-Tang Clan-member Raekwon, as a follow-up to Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. It was released in November on Loud Records, and peaked.
  2. Kazrarg says:
    It's called real life Y'all niggas betta see the light fast pa Real life, it don't cost nuttin' just to blast Real life, lay down son you won't last Real life Real life Real life. Verse 2: February tenth day on a Wednesday It's like grimsday Russian hats rocking it the Benz way That day we got guns on us Jakes want us, Playin Einstein lenses.
  3. JoJozragore says:
    Immobilarity Wikipedia article Album by Raekwon. Intro Yae Yo Casablanca Rounds Real Life Power (featuring American Cream Team) Skit 1 All I Got Is You Pt. II (featuring Big Bub) Jury (featuring Kim Stephens) Fuck Them (featuring Method Man) Skit 2 Live from New York My Favorite Dred Friday The Table (featuring Masta Killa) Sneakers Raw (featuring American .
  4. JoJomuro says:
    Raekwon's next effort, Immobilarity, came out in to mixed reviews, which were mainly attributed to the absence of RZA and Ghostface Killah. The Lex Diamond Story followed in on Universal Records, to mixed reviews as well (generally lukewarm critical reviews and wildly varying public reviews) and moderate success.
  5. Kazijar says:
    Don't ever underestimate the power of forgiveness. This is real shit right here, I'm tellin' you. Mr. Raekwon and his associates is prepared to deposit million dollars in the Rap Vatican bank. Such times as Mr. Raekwon and his associates receive majority control of the Immobilarity. Immobilarity? Immobilarity could be somethin' new, baby.
  6. Brarn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Immobilarity on Discogs. Label: Loud Records - CT ,Epic - 4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Poland • Genre: Hip Hop •.
  7. Akijin says:
    Raekwon. Corey Woods (born January 12, ), better known by the stage name Raekwon, is an American rapper and a member of the Wu-Tang Clan. He released his solo debut, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx in , and has since recorded numerous solo albums, as well as continuing to work with Wu-Tang and providing an extensive number of guest contributions to other hip hop .
  8. Braran says:
    It's a rare Wu-Tang solo album that doesn't bear the stamp of the collective's production mastermind, RZA, to some extent, and Raekwon's second full-length is no different. Except for the fact that RZA doesn't actually appear on Immobilarity, the paranoid synth-strings and soundtrack feel he pioneered on Wu-Tang's Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers and Forever are all over this album.6/
  9. Tasida says:
    Immobilarity is essentially an album where Raekwon rhymes over a bunch of beats that got submitted to hip-hop radio stations to back their freestyle segments back when those meant something, so it doesn't deserve some of the severely low ratings it no doubt receives due to the context of who made the album (and, perhaps just as importantly, who didn't).

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