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Raekwon Will Personally Review Your Mixtape, But There's A Catch

The Chef might even invite you to his studio.

Would you like your mixtape reviewed by Raekwon? Of course you would. And now, The Chef is offering this opportunity for a special group of supporters.

So, here’s how you can get Rae to give your tape a listen. If you donate $200 towards the upcoming Only Built 4 Cuban Linx documentary “The Purple Tape Files," Raekwon will personally review your work.

"I will sit down and review the track submitted,” Rae says in a statement on the film’s Fan Backed page. "Then we'll open up our personal studios to our favorite artists from the auditions to host a recording session and work with you on how to improve that sound and make something iconic.”

The fine print? Well, there’s a limit of one track per contribution. "Artists may make multiple contributions for multiple tracks to be reviewed,” the site says.

If you don’t have a song for Raekwon to review, backing the film will also get you some other incentives. For instance, $10,000 will get you a crowd funding producer credit, $4,000 will let you spend a day with Raekwon and $2,500 will get you studio time with The Chef.

The film already has 7 backers and the donor page is set to be open for another 60 days.

“The Purple Tape Files” is set to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, the classic Raekwon album that’s also commonly referred to as The Purple Tape. The project was released on August 1, 1995.