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Album Review

Wu-Tang's Method Man, Ghostface Killah, and Raekwon convene to chop it up during a brief session, a one-off. Despite the half-hour length, there are a number of producers on board, including RZA, Allah Mathematics, Ty Fyffe, Digem, Emile, and Scram Jones. Jones’ beat for the closing “It’s That Wu Sh*t,” which samples Fantasy Three's 1983 electro single “It’s Your Rock,” is the only track to not carry that dusty, nostalgic soul crunch. Otherwise, the trio’s collaborators take their cues from the RZA playbook, giving the set a uniform sound. Meth, Ghost, and Rae are not in top form, but they do tear into everything and are not outdone by any of the several guest verses. This is not an indispensable part of the Wu legacy, but it's a consistent, duly rugged, and satisfying one nonetheless.

Customer Reviews

good effort boys

good album, shame about the last song and the length

Tight

Nice to see the Wu banging at the moment. Come with the full group next time. Dope record

Lazy album

This should've been awesome with three of the best from The Wu, however the tracks themselves sound like mostly rehashed or unused beats from Fishscale, no Kung Fu skits or sound effects. Criminology 2.5 is good but nothing compared to the original but still remains the highlight of the album. The lyrics are still there but the beats really take away from that raw Wu-tang feel.

Biography

Born: 01 April 1971 in Hempsted, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Method Man was the first — and biggest — solo star to emerge from the groundbreaking Wu-Tang Clan. His mush-mouthed, sandpaper-rough bellow (at times recalling EPMD's Erick Sermon) and imaginative rhymes easily made him one of the most recognizable, unpredictable MCs in the group, yet his flow was more deliberate and laid-back than the Wu's resident loose cannon, Ol' Dirty Bastard. On his solo records, Method Man developed a persona that swung from offhand, understated menace to raucous...
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