You’re All I Need–the prequel. Before Mary J. Blige blessed the track, Method Man held it down solo. Check out this demo version of his classic.
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The essence is there, but it feels very different from the final version. His tempo is slower and more deliberate, the track is stripped down and there’s a spoken exchange between some women at the end.