M-Dot: “Nowadays it’s rare you see Hip-Hop pioneer, Wu-Tang legend Method Man appearing on features. Nevertheless, ten seconds in, that’s exactly what the uplifting and triumphant single “Shine” brings front and center. California based Film/TV score composer Soulplusmind lays the backdrop melody for Tical, Dominique Larue (Columbus, OH) and M-Dot (Boston, MA) to articulate their [cont.]
Long Island hip hop legends Method Man and R.A. The Rugged Man discuss their history together, including the era when R.A. was blackballed from the industry. Today, both emcees are traveling the world performing sold-out shows.
GOH vs Sugarstarr is a one-off collaboration between a bunch of DJs from across Germany, along with Redman and Method Man. On the one hand side – the debut of the new combo GOH which is headed by Mauro Mondello, Slick, Tam-R and Giulio, and even Redman as “the voice”. On the other hand side [cont.]
New music from KO The Legend and Method Man, produced by Balthazar Getty. Yes, that Balthazar Getty.
Method Man and B-Real sit in the whip with the windows up and smoke a lot of weed. In regards to upcoming projects, Method Man says “(Redman’s) going to drop a mix joint, then he’s going to drop (Muddy Waters 2). I’m going to drop with this Wu-Tang shit (A Better Tomorrow), then my last [cont.]
Directed by Ande Emilio.
A$AP Nast preps for the 2014 A$AP Mob compilation with this ode-to-90′s hip-hop, featuring Wu-Tang’s own Johnny Blaze.
From J-Love’s November 19th release, Flood Gates.
Two-part video from Wu-Tang’s DJ Mathematics, directed by Rock Davis, for Itchy House Films.
Well, this came out of nowhere. Available now on iTunes.
‘The Pit’ is the new track by Doctor P and Adam F featuring Wu Tang Clan’s Method Man. The animated epic is set in a post apocalyptic where only Doctor P, Adam F and Method Man can save the zombified ravers from the perils of The Pit. ‘The Pit’ is out on the 28th October [cont.]
From The Life and Rhymes of Heaven Sent Episode 1. Directed by Brandon Dewitt and Skyler Pierpoint.
The opening weekend success of KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN inspired hip hop heavyweights Snoop Dogg, Erick Sermon and Method Man (with RL on vocals) to collaborate on the official “LET ME EXPLAIN” music video. “LET ME EXPLAIN….the true inspiration behind the making of this video single,” says legendary Hip Hop music producer Erick Sermon. [cont.]
This track mirrors Special Ed’s flow on “I Got It Made” in many places. From The Answer, due next tuesday.
Another one from U-God’s Keynote Speaker, hitting July 23rd. The Keynote Speaker by U-God
Harlem battle champ Loaded Lux delivers that work on this new collabo with Method Man and Redman.
Math preps his next album, The Answer, with this huge posse track, hitting April 16th.
Hit Boy teams with some of his favorite emcees for this massive posse cut.
Directed & Edited By ROMEYORK. THWD coming soon.
So dope when The Roots pull shit like this.
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