Wu-Tang Clan ft. Ghostface, Action Bronson & Termanology - Meteor Hammer

Posted 5 years ago
Fizzy Womack, Andrew Kelley & Noah Rubin
Legendary Weapons

Having scored rave reviews for Legendary Weapons inclusions Laced Cheeba, 225 Rounds and Only the Rugged Survive, the Wu-Tang Clan are three for three in the Booth. Just in case you weren’t convinced the LP would be dope all the way through, though, the rap legends are back with yet another scorching leak, Meteor Hammer (Wasn’t that, like, a Final Fantasy spell?). Here, the sparse boom-bap boardwork of Fizzy Womack, Andrew Kelley & Noah Rubin backs Ghostface, Boston underground mainstay Termanology and Flushing newcomer Action Bronson. Finally convinced? Then you can expect plenty more freshness on Legendary Weapons, due out July 26, via E1.

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