- Summary: The Wu-Tang Clan-member releases his fourth solo album featuring such artists as his fellow Wu-Tang Clan members, Jadakiss, Beanie Sigel, Lyfe Jennings, Styles P, Busta Rhymes, and Slick Rick.
- Record Label: EMI
- Genre(s): Rap
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Positive: 19 out of 19
Mixed: 0 out of 19
Negative: 0 out of 19
MichaelWSep 15, 2009This album follow the old and mix with the new vibe of the wu. I was excited to hear from raekwons new album that he made. This one tops it!
AdrianM.Sep 12, 2009Soulful and invigorating, we finally have a real Wu-Tang album that fires on all cylinders, reminiscent of their solo projects from the golden era. All the bits and pieces you would expect are there and the production is top notch all the way around. Best of all it stands up to multiple listenings, as the layers of complexity are peeled back like an onion.… Expand
DeniseDSep 16, 2009Best of 2009 without a doubt.
razOct 4, 2009Not better than OBFCL 1 but OBFCL 2 is best hip hop album of 2009.
AlexW.Nov 30, 2009Easily one of the best albums this year. be sure to cop the Wu-Massacre commin out Feb 9th 2010.
LennyM.Dec 7, 2009This album is pretty much "more of the same" trash. It's not the best Hip Hop album of 2009. Raekwon just tells somewhat deep stories with okay lyricism. Clipse's Till The Casket Drops and Hell Hath No Fury are MUCH MUCH MUCH better Hip Hop albums. And before you boo me down for saying it's not, how about you ACTUALLY LISTEN to Till The Casket Drops AND Hell Hath No Fury before you come to a final decision. Till The Casket Drops, best Hip Hop album of 2009. Only Built for Cuban Linx Pt. 2, NOWHERE NEAR as deep and inventive as Hell Hath No Fury and Till The Casket Drops.… Collapse
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