This legendary rapper and founding member of Wu-Tang is considered by some to be in the”twilight-years” of his near-ending career. To others, whom actually pay attention to relevance in hip-hop, would recognize the fact that this man is simply getting better and more focused as time moves forward. Upon the release of his 2009 album Only Built For Cuban Linx Pt. 2, it became clear to fans that the 41 year-old emcee was just as on point as he was when releasing records with Wu-Tang back in the late 90′s and early 00′s. His latest effort Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang gives listeners another potent serving of his signature lyrical opulence.
Rae’s ability to articulate his lavish interests is completely different than the likes of any of his peers. His lyrical picture painting and storytelling ability gives the listener a clear image of what his lifestyle entails. On Ferry Boat Killaz, the chef describes mysteriously dark situations in a grim and stylistic manner. The Alchamest produced track is deep, devious and dark. With no chorus or bridge to break up the song, Rae liberates two lengthy and extremely entrancing verses.
This is by far one of the best songs off of the new album, and I highly reccomend checking it out.
Get high and trust your trigger man, Logic is the bigger man