Raekwon raps on the catchy song about his success and how he negotiates his wealth in his new lifestyle. G-Eazy enters after the Wu-Tang member’s second verse, referencing Raekown’s classic, debut album 1995 Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.
“As I shift gears with my diversity, I want fans to see another side of a champion; my triumphs remain inimitable when making music for yesterday and today’s culture,” Raekwon said in a statement, via Pitchfork. “G-Eazy is a master writer and he helped me create the greatest vision any artist could ask for; another great recipe from my skillful cookbook. This album is a circus of emotions. I hope you get a great seat to what I will display on The Wild.”
The rapper’s forthcoming album also features contributions from Lil Wayne, Andra Day and Cee-Lo Green.