Raekwon Explains The Meaning Of "Immobilarity"

Hitting record stores Tuesday is the second solo album by Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon, "Immobilarity."

The album, much anticipated among Wu-Tang fans, is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed 1995 effort "Only Built 4 Cuban Linx" (see "Wu-Tang's Raekwon To Drop Second Solo Album").

Well known for his creative use of slang, Chef Raekwon told the MTV Radio Network about how he came up with "Immobilarity" as the album's title.

"I had broke down the initials, and... my definition of 'Immobilarity' was 'I-Master-More-Opponents-By-Implementing-Loyalty-And-Respect-In-The-Youth,'" Raekwon began. "So that's that, you know. That was like my little way of saying that, 'Yo, I'm constantly making sure I stay in they face,' you know? Because [young people are] the future, and I wanted to be able to bring more food to the table, food

for thought to the table." [RealVideo]

Raekwon is currently on a short promotional tour, which will bring him to The Wiz in New York City on Tuesday.