Method Man Is In The Zone With The Ill Cadence In This 1995 Freestyle Relic (Audio)

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Back in 1995, Method Man was having a banner year. His solo debut, Tical, grabbed a Top 3 debut, topping the Rap/R&B charts. The late 1994 Def Jam release made the Staten Island MC a premier grab into the following year, making guest appearances on single with Shaquille O’Neal, as was as high-profile looks alongside Funkmaster Flex, Showbiz & A.G., and even Capleton, beyond his Wu-Tang Clansmen.

However, hitting WNYU, Iron Lung still had the fervor and that hunger, as he kicks a free-flowing freestyle. Totally in the zone, Meth’ hits all the corners with that signature rasp and distortion. CratesofJR’s liberated tape dub only adds to the charm:


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