20 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

1993’s Enter the Wu-Tang introduced the world to M.E.T.H.O.D. Man, a mischievously blunted twenty-two year old with a twisted sense of humor and a blindingly dexterous, effortlessly charismatic flow. By merging the classic punch-line style of past masters like Grand Puba and Lord Finesse with an infectious sing-song cadence of his own invention Method Man made his mark in an era of giants, going toe to toe with Biggie, Redman, Mobb Deep, and his own gifted Clan-mates in exhilarating brawls for lyrical supremacy. The awkwardly titled 4:21… The Day After is a conscious effort to recapture Method Man’s past glories and throughout much of the album Method Man sounds thoroughly reinvigorated and happy to once again be spitting over beats worthy of his talents. He impresses on “Walk On”, which sees Meth and old partner Redman trade verses over a pounding Jackson 5 derived beat. Elsewhere, Rza, Erick Sermon and Scott Storch contribute uncompromising beats that evoke the dark, labyrinthine soundscapes of the Wu at their height, helping Meth make 4:21 his best sounding record in years.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

1993’s Enter the Wu-Tang introduced the world to M.E.T.H.O.D. Man, a mischievously blunted twenty-two year old with a twisted sense of humor and a blindingly dexterous, effortlessly charismatic flow. By merging the classic punch-line style of past masters like Grand Puba and Lord Finesse with an infectious sing-song cadence of his own invention Method Man made his mark in an era of giants, going toe to toe with Biggie, Redman, Mobb Deep, and his own gifted Clan-mates in exhilarating brawls for lyrical supremacy. The awkwardly titled 4:21… The Day After is a conscious effort to recapture Method Man’s past glories and throughout much of the album Method Man sounds thoroughly reinvigorated and happy to once again be spitting over beats worthy of his talents. He impresses on “Walk On”, which sees Meth and old partner Redman trade verses over a pounding Jackson 5 derived beat. Elsewhere, Rza, Erick Sermon and Scott Storch contribute uncompromising beats that evoke the dark, labyrinthine soundscapes of the Wu at their height, helping Meth make 4:21 his best sounding record in years.

Clean Lyrics
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
31 Ratings
31 Ratings
Brettdogg Williams ,

Thank you!!!!

I love it when good hip hop is clean. It takes time to come up with creative and clean lyrics that have meaning to them and still sound good. I've only heard a couple of songs so far, like "Say" and "Got to Have It". They sound good and it's sounding like I "Want to Get" this album yo. I recommend Atmosphere for anyone reading this too. I'm from Minneapolis and I hear the Wu-Tang is coming to First Avenue. Audioslave is good too. Peace homies.

Pribs ,

Mef is back

After the prequil i lost faith in Mef but he has actually redeemed himself. Lots of hot tracks Mef got a great balance of grime and comercialized production. The best Wu track this side of 2000 is most def Presidential MC. Lots of other Wu bangers like the Glide, 4:20, Konichiwa Bitc*es, Is it Me and Dirty Mef w/ ODB.

JrMan36 ,

Hot Album

This album is hot. Don't let nobody tell you any different. Definitely worth your money. Wu-Tang is still running the industry. BUY THIS ALBUM

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