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So, it’s been a minute since I’ve shot at Livewire Theatre in Scottsdale, AZ.
I was saddened to hear that the place is closing it’s doors and making way for a bowling alley.
What was great to hear was that one of the greatest rap groups’ members was performing tonight and I’d be front and center.
That’s right Wu-Tang’s own Raekwon the Chef was in town to start off his The Wild tour.
The Wild album is full of that good ol’ Only Built 4 Cuban Linx (Purple Tape) street/drug dealer rap we love to hear.
Chef touched the stage with four strong joints from The Wild album to start the show off.
Once he gave everyone a taste, he went into those banger we all wanted to hear.
This is the 20th Anniversary of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, and Rae performed Criminology, Glaciers of Ice, Incarcerated Scarfaces & Rainy Days for the crowd.
If that wasn’t enough he ripped up some 36 Chambers tracks; Protect Ya Neck, CREAM, and Can’t It Be All So Simple.
This show was a real treat for an Wu-Head and I urge you to check it out when it comes to your town.