Redman & Method Man Explain How They Used To Be (Video)

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Redman, who recently confirmed in an interview with MTV News the upcoming release of Red and Method Man’s third installment of their album series Blackout! and a solo effort in Muddy Waters 2, unleashes another collab with Meth in the form of the cut, “I Used To Be.”

Meth and Red drop visuals for the single, which boasts a funky Aretha Franklin loop produced by German DJ collective GOH Vs. Superstarr, that cuts between black and white shots of the city streets and a hyped up party atmosphere for their live on stage performances. Take a look.

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