Redman -- whose new album MudFace is out now -- and the legendary Lord Finesse stopped by Shade 45 to chill with Tony Touch on Toca Tuesdays, during which the two emcees kicked a pair of freestyles. Check out the freestyle session after the jump.
Method Man's latest album, The Meth Lab, is out now. And today Meth is sharing the lyrics video for Water," a track that could be found on his new album. You can find the visuals for the lyrics after the jump, and if you're feeling it head over to iTunes to pick up your copy of The Meth Lab.
Method Man should be dropping his new project The Meth Lab shortly (August 21st to be exact) but in order to hold fans over he's sharing "The Purple Tape," featuring legendary Wu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and Inspectah Deck. By now everyone should be familiar with those three words: The Purple Tape. If you're not, it's quite simple: It refers to Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... and its unique purple plastic packaging. So it's only convenient that Rae is present on the track, too. Listen to Meth's "The Purple Tape" for those monster Wu verses you've been thirsting for after the jump!
Method Man is looking to one-up his sparring partner, Redman, who recently released a new track, with "Reporting From the Slumz" -- a new cut from his forthcoming The Meth Lab project. Wu-Tang Clan members have kept awfully busy this year and Method Man's The Meth Lab is way up on the list for people still checking for Clan stuff in 2015. Anyway, check out "Reporting From the Slumz" and get The Meth Lab on August 21st.
Don't get it confused, kids, Redman's got some classics under his belt. What immediately comes to mind whenever I hear the name Redman isn't his appearance on Chappelle's Show or sleeping on a couch on MTV Cribs but for Whut? Thee Album, Muddy Waters, and his collaborations and longstanding friendship with Wu-Tang Clan's own Method Man (which spanned a great album in Blackout!) but as of late Red hasn't done much in the field of music. I guess somewhere between How High and Red Gone Wild: Thee Album, people just kinda stopped caring about Red. But hip-hop's gone through many changes since then and what with the recent East Coast revival going on, Red is in perfect position to come out with some new material -- I mean, hell, if Meth is doing it then why can't Red? So here he is, at the tender age of forty-five, Red is looking to get back into the rap game. He'll be dropping a new project in The Preload and here he's sharing the visuals for a track entitled "Somebody Got Robbed." I think I typed out enough, peep Red's "Somebody Got Robbed" video after the jump.