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Raekwon Interview w/ GQ

GQ put up Rae’s sit-down with the magazine for their “Survivors” music issue, where he speaks on the early Wu days, struggling as a solo artist, and his career resurgence with OB4CLII.

A few great Raekwon quotes below:

GQ: You and Ghostface have one of the best collaborative relationships in hip-hop. What was it like working together in the early days?
Raekwon: A lot of times, we would be the first cats at the studio. Me and him were like the kids that sat in the front of the class. I might come in and he already hogging the mic, and I’m like, Yo, that’s where it need to be at! And I just touch it because I’m there to touch it. Me and Ghost sat around and wrote multiple songs together. We did [the song] “The Watch” together, the children’s one where he’s talking about Wilma and Woody Woodpecker [“The Forest”]. We sat around and wrote many joints together. When I first came into Wu-Tang, I was just a team player: Nah, say this word, or, He just said that word, so we gon’ say another word. We was always heavily in tune with the darts.

GQ: Do you think that you and Ghost have influenced each other’s styles over the years?
Raekwon: Definitely. Ghost tells me every few years, Yo, you showed me this style … I’m like, man, we the same style. At the end of the day, he’s one of my favorite rappers, I’m one of his favorite rappers, and we just do it. We identify with each other’s worlds when it comes to rhyming. This’s something that niggas peep. It’s like, Yo, it’s time to take the dog outside. You know what I mean? We got this all day. Easy.

The November issue (with Wayne, Em and Keith Richards on the cover) might only be on newsstands for a bit longer.

Previously: Raekwon ft. Capone-N-Noreaga – Chupacabra

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18 Responses to “Raekwon Interview w/ GQ”

  1. A Chick Says:

    Cypher Says:
    November 16th, 2011 at 1:59 pm
    Where the Charles lee version?

  2. Cypher Says:

    Yoo… This niggas hairline…. Wow… In GQ of all things too.

    It’s like he got lined up using the edge of the Wu-Tang symbol

  3. Jackson7 Says:


    charles lee ray aka B – Lord Knows


  4. Casket Face Says:

    ol high def liquid swords line up having ass nigga

  5. charles lee ray Says:

    A Chick Says:
    November 16th, 2011 at 2:00 pm
    Cypher Says:
    November 16th, 2011 at 1:59 pm
    Where the Charles lee version?


  6. SPITGAME Says:

    Sip Gatorade, Talk shit all the way home Stop Playin ‘Shid

    Where You At b you spose to follow right up

  7. charles lee ray Says:

    *listens to landlord knows for 5th time*

    I may have to handle hype man duties,christ.

  8. SPITGAME Says:


    This you b?

  9. NovemberEnd Says:

    Chef >>>>>>>

    but It over for the god hairline doe

    > getting old

  10. Cypher Says:

    LMG v Raw Spillage….


  11. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    Who next?

  12. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    And I just touch it because I’m there to touch it.



  13. cOLD Says:

    the Gawd Rae always kept a sharp hairline. Dont even.

  14. Casket Face Says:

    son that pic looking like he telling his story of 15 years wrongful imprisonment for raping a white woman in north carolina and dna evidence set him free

  15. Jackson7 Says:

    cosign plug’s sound quality critique..

    exactly why i be hesitant to upload homemade joints..

    i can dig it

  16. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    Can someone link the song of Land rapping – I need to peep the homie’s dart-throwing abilities. The yung gawd got a strong intellectual sense about him, I’m tryina see if he got that Jay Elec Andre 3 Stacks capability. Link please. Thanks.

  17. SPITGAME Says:

    LMG > MMG

  18. Cypher Says:

    Sound quality coud be a lot better… Hard to hear vocals on both lmg tracks.

    They ain’t got an app for that?

    Also word is you bullshittin on on that verse for jihad, J7…. Wtf?

    Lyrics tho>>>


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