Category Archives: DEFAULT

Home/Archive Category: DEFAULT

Meth Vs. Chef - Method Man - Tical (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Comments (9)

  1. Taukus

    Method Man (born Clifford Smith, 2 March in Hempstead, Long Island, New York) is an American rapper and member of the hip-hop collective, Wu-Tang ehdirealsudismo.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo is also well-known for his work both as a solo artist and with frequent collaborator Redman, as well as for recent forays into ehdirealsudismo.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo Man spent a childhood split between separated parents in Long Island and Staten Island, and in.
  2. Fenridal

    Music Reviews: Tical by Method Man released in via Def Jam, PolyGram. Genre: Hip Hop.
  3. Kazradal

    The best method man album! He really shines on here with classics like meth vs chef, METHID man 2, stimulation, and tical. He really lets his talents shine on songs like all I need and bring the pain, and I can say that mr sandman is a wonderful introduction/allusion to horror /5().
  4. Goltik

    The album is a lot like the cover would suggest - dark rugged beats courtesy of the legend RZA, who has always been best with darker production. Method Man has a great flow and a nice voice which sounds dope on really any track. The guests don't do much for me, .
  5. Fenrigore

    Nov 08,  · Definitely recommend on vinyl. I bought it for my son so he could experience some early hip hop music, and he loved it so much. I loaded it up on the ol' vinyl player and he just loved it. He probably listens to it every day now. Method Man's delivery and beats on this album are absolutely on point and any true hip hop head would love it.5/5(1).
  6. Nataxe

    Method Man's fourth album, entitled The Day After was released in August with a star lineup of producers featuring Havoc, Erick Sermon, Scott Storch, Allah Mathematics, Mr. Porter, and, most importantly to Meth, ehdirealsudismo.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo time around, a more focused Method Man went back to his hip hop roots and both hip hop fans and the media took notice.
  7. Miramar

    Even in his most deliriously dusted moments Meth always manages to inject a pinch of devil may care charm into his drug damaged badinage, and the infectious refrains that made “M.E.T.H.O.D. Man” stand out on the Wu-Tang’s debut can be found all over Tical, emerging out of the sonic chaos just as things are about to become completely unhinged.
  8. Fenrizahn

    Meth Vs. Chef Lyrics: You is worthy of a general / If you want to fight, fight with me! / One to one! Man to man! / Get ready to gel team! / Live and direct from the one-six-ooh / We got Tical, pow.
  9. Mooguzragore

    It's all for all Method Man, Raekwon the Chef (count my shells) And there's about to be one left (count my shells, nigga) I know you know it'son kid (Bring that shit I don't give a fuck!) *bell rings* Verse One: Method Man Who lit that shit it was I the chinky-eye Cheeba-hawk from New York, Tical Staten Isle niggaz thought, that they could walk.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *