Raekwon Working On Movie With Dame Dash, Talks Justin Bieber

(AllHipHop News)  Raekwon and Damon Dash are in the process of filming a movie called C.R.E.A.M., a project directed by the Wu Tang rapper.

Raekwon told nymag.com about his intention for the movie.

“I'm working on a movie called C.R.E.A.M. that I co-directed with one of my partners. We teamed up with [Damon] Dash,” he said. “Y'all gonna be hearing more about this movie that we're putting together called C.R.E.A.M. It's called Cash Rules Everything Around Me. It's a lot of things transpiring right now, but I just want to continue to stay in my zone, stay focused, and keep working.”

Rae said that his role is totally behind the camera, but he hopes to bring the musical cinematography to the silver screen.

“I'm playing the outskirts on this one because I kind of feel like that's where I'm at. You know, I don't know. At this point, I probably won't be in it, but we don't know. I want to more or less capture the scenes from the outside looking in, because I want it to be something that people say is a classic, and they respect the storyline of where we went with it,” he continued.

“This is something I've been wanting to do for a long time, even when we was making Cuban Linx II, I was already making it my business to obligate time to that, to putting the script together. It's where it needs to be right now. So it's just a lot going on, man. I'm just trying to be a machine. A roller coaster machine, man.”

Raekwon also commented on his collaboration with pop sensation Justin Bieber and Kanye West.

“I've been getting a great response. It's been a couple of mixed feelings on the net. It's all good. It makes me laugh to know how people feel about certain things, but for the most part, everybody appreciated it,” he said. “You almost feel like somebody wants to down you, but then when they hear it, it's like you can't really speak bad about it. Me, as somebody that's an O.G. in the game, an old school legend, however you wanna call it, he gave me an opportunity to reach the young youth. And he's a newb right now, so if he needs my assistance, of course I'm a be there to show my support.”

For the entire conversation, go to nymag.com.