This weekend, the A3C Hip Hop Festival kicks off in Atlanta, GA, which hosts two days & three nights of music, art, fashion, film and panels. The Music Unlimited service will be out tomorrow night at The Masquerade where Hip Hop legend Raekwon will be headlining a huge night of music. Tickets for each night or all 3 Days of the festival are available here.

Raekwon’s legacy extends not only over his solo albums but to his time as a member of the infamous Wu-Tang Clan, whose multi-platinum status carved their name into the tablets of pop culture one of the influential pioneers of Hip Hop. He followed with six studio albums since 1995, including a collaboration with Method Man and Ghostface Killah, Wu-Massacre. Additionally, he recently launched Ice H20 Records to release his own albums alongside several developing artists he’s taken under his wing.

For today’s #ThrowbackThursday, check out essential tracks from Raekwon and if you’re in Atlanta this weekend, get yourself to the Masquerade for this hot ticket show.

Album: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (1993)

Song: “C.R.E.A.M.”


Album: Only Built 4 Cuban Linx (1995)

Song: “Ice Cream”


Album: Wu-Tang Forever (1997)

Song: “Triumph (ft. CappaDonna)”


Album: Immobilarity (1999)

Song: “Yae Yo”


Album: The Lex Diamond Story (2003)

Song: “Pit Bull Fights”


Album: Only Built 4 Cuban Links, Pt. II (2009)

Song: “The Nu Wu (ft. Method Man & Ghostface Killer)”


Album: Wu-Massacre (2010)

Song: “Gunshowers”


Album: Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang (2011)

Song: “Rich and Black (ft. Nas)”

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