(AllHipHop News) Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon stopped by DJ Whoo Kid's Shade 45 radio show, and The Chef spoke on a lot of different topics including the Wu's 20 year anniversary, the death of ODB, Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever" track, being an veteran in the game, and unreleased Dr. Dre tracks that may see the light of day in the future.
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"I did a few things. We just couldn't throw everything out though," said Rae. "You never know what's gonna happen. Get up with Dre and tell him 'remember that', and he might be like 'do it'."
Raekwon also spoke about being one of the emcees, along with Jay Z, from the 90's era that is still relevant in the culture today.
"We all from that school of hard knocks. A lot of people say it's only a few n***as left from that time that's still shaking," states the maker of the classic LP Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.
When asked if he is surprised that Jay is still a top-tier rapper in 2013 Rae responds, "Nah, n***as is nice. N***as is graduates. It's a school thing. When they said 'the school of hard knocks' and everything that comes with being an emcee, I feel like we all went to that school."
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Watch the interview below.