Lots of Wu cameos in this split video featuring two songs from new Wu album “The Saga Continues“, but only Method Man on the bars. This should show non-believers why he’s one of the most underrated MCs of all time, despite 24 years of consistently quality bars. Cop the album here if you haven’t already.
This is a pretty good exchange. Meth also shows off his vocab with words like “colloquialism” and “eviscerate,” in addition to explaining how crossword puzzles enhance his songwriting. He also speaks about his HBO show “The Deuce,” which airs every Sunday night at 9pm EST.
So many quotables…just click play, I won’t even try to paraphrase the greatness.
24 years of excellence in the culture and Meth is still humble (“I shouldn’t have even rhymed after Thought with that last verse”).
Side note: Big Horse from Nas’ Bravehearts crew intros the freestyle.
Off the album “Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues” which drops next Friday, October 13th. Order your copy by clicking here.
Both rappers share a yellow complexion. I see what U-God was doing here.
Masta Killa references a standout line from his verse from Wu classic “Triumph” as he enters the track here (“The High Chief Jamel-Ah-Rief take the stage”). Super crazy that Sean P says something about being fresh in his casket on his verse. RIP Sean P forever. 9th Wonder bodies the boards. Loyalty Is Royalty drops Friday, September 29, 2017 and can be pre-ordered (or, if you read this on Friday, ordered) here.
Masta Killa’s new album “Loyalty Is Royalty” dropping next Friday (September 29th) on Nature Sounds. Pre-order your copy here!
This is a classic pass-the-mic styled track where the spitters go back-to-back over some hard drums, a/k/a that classic boom bap. Like Rockness’s other Wu collab (“Camp Wu”), this track will be featured on Rockness Monsta (of Heltah Skeltah)’s first solo album “Rockness A.P. (After Price)” (in reference to his decision to move forward despite the loss of his Heltah Skeltah partner, Sean Price). The album drops on September 22, 2017, but you can pre-order it here.
Sadly, both Wu and BCC have lost key comrades, in Ol Dirty Bastard and Sean Price, respectively. This track will be featured on Rockness Monsta (of Heltah Skeltah)’s first solo album “Rockness A.P. (After Price)” (in reference to his decision to move forward despite the loss of his Heltah Skeltah partner, Sean Price). The album drops on September 22, 2017, but you can pre-order it here.
Nessa of Hot 97 gets the gods to break down their thoughts on the making of the upcoming Wu album “Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues” and regarding other topics including ODB.