Update (Oct. 14 12:30 P.M.): Raekwon has announced that Fly International Luxurious Art (F.I.L.A.) is being pushed back to next year becuase he wants to concentrate on Wu-Tang’s upcoming album A Better Tomorrow.
— Raekwon The Chef (@Raekwon) October 13, 2014
Wu-Tang Clan signed a deal with Warner for their forthcoming album A Better Tomorrow, which will drop Dec. 2. They will release eight songs via a limited Wu-Tang edition Bluetooth speaker called the Boombot REX on Nov. 14.
Raekwon The Chef has cooked up a new partnership with Memory Lane Music Group to release his sixth album Fly International Luxurious Art. The Wu-Tang Clan member took time out of working with the group to sign a worldwide publishing deal, courtesy of the company’s unique division Scion Three Music
Memory Lane Music Group president, Mark Spier seems happy to have welcomed “Footsteps In The Dark” rapper into the fold. In a statement he said, “Raekwon is a rap legend. He’s been a driving force in the genre since the Hip-Hop explosion of the 90s, and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with him.”
Fly International Luxurious Art (F.I.L.A.) is set to drop September 16, 2014. It will feature guest appearances by Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, A$AP Rocky, Estelle, and French Montana. Rawkwon, Jay Electronica, Joey Bada$$, CJ Fly and Pro Era will perform at 10th anniversary of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival this weekend.