There's less than a week until Raekwon releases his long-awaited album, Fly International Luxurious Art (F.I.L.A.), and the Chef continues to feed his fans with songs off the album before it debuts.

He delivered the hard-hitting "Wall to Wall" featuring French Montana and Busta Rhymes then delivered the '90’s flow that die-hard Rae fans love on “1,2 1,2” with Snoop Dogg. Now, he's cooking up something for his newer fans on the Symbolic One-produced “I Got Money” featuring Harlem’s own, A$AP Rocky.

Keeping it gully and in the head-bopping zone, the Staten Island rhymer sounds boastful over the laid-back soulful beat. “Hundred sons bagging escape jackets / Brawler face meat loaf, your man up in the back of the wagon / Drugs equal money, money equals sunny days / Timbs, cut off shorts and gorgeous with a ton of haze,” Rae delivers in his assertive signature flow.

Rocky follows behind the O.G. Although he's not a veteran quite yet, he’s reflective and proud of his accomplishments. “The boogie down Bronx is where my family moved at / I made it out the slums and I'll be damned if we move back,” he rhymes.

F.I.L.A. drops on April 28 and will also feature appearances from Ghostface Killah, Estelle and Rick Ross, among others. Pre-order the album on iTunes now.

Listen Raekwon's "I Got Money" Feat. A$AP Rocky

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