Archive for Method Man

Meth x Ghost x Rae, The Wu Massacre (Artwork & Tracklisting)

Posted in Album Update, Music News with tags , , , , , on Thursday, February 18, 2010 by Tim Althaus

Talk about the definition of epic. I’m pretty sure this album was suppose to come out right before Christmas, but nonetheless, here we are with some official artwork and a tracklisting. The thing that gets me is that there are no producer credits listed by the tracks; this is going to drive me nuts. I really want to know who is producing on this album. There is no official release date yet either, but I’m sure we will hear soon enough. Follow me after the jump for the tracklisting. Continue reading

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Method Man Confirms Album With Ghostface & Raekwon

Posted in Media, Music News with tags , , on Friday, September 25, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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All I have to say is… Holy Shit. This is going to be incredible.

Album Review: Raekwon, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 2

Posted in Music Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on Wednesday, September 9, 2009 by Tim Althaus

Raekwon-Only_Built_4_Cuban_Linx_2 Wu-Tang has been one of the greatest dynasties that Hip-Hop has ever seen. Just about every group album has been stellar, not to mention that every solo album is top notch quality. Raekwon comes into Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 2 fourteen years after the original Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, which, to this day is a classic. The aforementioned information may pose the question: Is Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 2 as good as the original? The answer, in my opinion, is a definite yes. I took one run through this album in my car, and I knew immediately I was listening to a classic . Raekwon brings along an all-star cast of producers and emcees to “cook up”, without a doubt, one of the best albums of 2009. Creating a magnificent masterpiece that is just as good as it’s predecessor is no easy task, but as OB4CL2 shows, for The Chef it comes naturally. Continue reading

Wild Style Wednesday Review: GZA, Liquid Swords

Posted in Music Reviews, Wildstyle Wednesdays with tags , , , , , , , , , on Wednesday, September 2, 2009 by Tim Althaus

GZA-LiquidSwordsWu-Tang Clan is one of the most influential groups in the history of Hip-Hop music. GZA (in my opinion) is the best emcee (although they are all incredible) in the group, so it would make sense to say that he is one of the most influential emcees of all-time. The album Liquid Swords is nothing short of a lauded lyrical masterpiece, and every single track on this album is sonically sound. Not only is this one of the greatest Wu-Tang related albums ever released, it is one of the greatest albums in Hip-Hop history. RZA’s production on this album is ridiculous, not to mention the samples on this album fit the tracks tighter than a hipster’s t-shirt, and GZA’s rhymes are legendary in every aspect of the word. Continue reading

Raekwon, “House of Flying Daggers”(Featuring Inspectah Deck, Method Man & Ghostface) (Prod By J Dilla) (Video)

Posted in Media, Video with tags , , , , , , on Monday, August 24, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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This video might seriously get my nod for video of the year. I posted the teaser trailer earlier, but this video decimates all expectations. The animation on this video are purely pristine, and it’s directed very well. This is definitely a video that you don’t want to miss. Is it just me or is Wu taking over the interhighway today?

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Ghostface Talks About Forthcoming LP With Raekwon & Method Man

Posted in Media, Music News, Video with tags , , , on Thursday, August 13, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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Good Lord, that’s all I have to say…

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Album Review: Method Man & Redman, Blackout! 2

Posted in Music Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , on Saturday, May 30, 2009 by Tim Althaus

blackout-2 The original Blackout! album came out 10 years ago, I picked that shit up when I was 12 years old, and I’ve been playing it ever since. To me Blackout! will always be a classic. Blackout! 2 has Method Man & Redman sticking to the same formula as an incredible two man duo with great production and witty ass rhymes. I am pretty surprised at how mediocre the reviews have been for this album because I personally think it’s an incredible album, and it should hold up as one of the contenders for album of the year. I could pretty much sum up this entire review with one mathematical equation: Method Man + Redman x DOPE beats = one hell of an album. Continue reading