1. hier is de press release:

    Raekwon Presents…Icewater
    “Polluted Water”

    The release of Polluted Water signals the return and rebirth of Staten Island hip-hop. With this video for the gritty street-anthem “Animal,” the four-man Icewater crew of Stomach, P.C. (Paulie Caskets), D.C.
    (Donnie Cash) and Polite bring back the grimy Staten Island hip-hop of New York’s golden era, with a fresh new twist.

    D.C. states that the crew is a bridge between the biggest movement of the ‘90s and of recently, “Anything coming off of the Island is gonna have that “W” on it. That’s where you get the Wu-Tang. We’re also the
    youth, the streets, the hood. Just like Dipset is in Harlem, we’ve got the movement of the island behind us.”

    The significance of the group’s long awaited emergence from the Wu-Tang Clan’s very own Shaolin stomping ground is not lost on Master Chef Raekwon: “I can’t put my name on anything that I feel is not on my
    level. These dudes are on my level, that’s why I pushed for the project; I believe in them.” A-listers such as Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, Remy Ma, Three 6 Mafia, Pimp C. and Jagged Edge believed too, appearing on a number of the album’s tracks, which also features appearances from Rae himself and Method Man, along with production by such renowned producers as Scram Jones, Jagged Edge and EZ-Elpee.

    Be sure to look for Icewater this summer, opening for Wu-Tang on the Rock the Bells tour in select cities across the country, blowing up the Internet on a computer near you, and crushing your radio with the next
    Ice Age in hip-hop… Icewater.

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