Method Man & Inspectah Deck Have Explosive Chemistry, Care Of CZARFACE (Audio)

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It is less than one month away from CZARFACE’s sophomore album, Every Hero Needs A Villain (June 16). While some of Inspectah Deck’s Wu-Tang Clan fellow swordsmen have joined him in his super-group with 7L & Esoteric, Method Man sat out the 2013 debut.

Iron Lung loves a good concept, and draws from the comic book base that fueled the villainy that is CZARFACE. On “Nightcrawler,” Meth and Rebel INS truly revive some of their finest chemistry. M-E-T-H-O-D Man is in his zone, vibing out to 7L’s need-drop, and dusty beat. Esoteric fits in nicely, as three godly artists celebrate their slasher-style lyricism in an elevated demonstration of MC’ing. This quartet puts Heads to bed, which is doing the world a favor, to avoid the “Nightcrawler” on the prowl.

GZA, MF DOOM, Large Professor, The Beatnuts’ JuJu, and R.A. The Rugged Man are among Every Hero Needs A Villain‘s guests.

While the iTunes version of the album has two exclusive songs, there is also a deluxe bundle that has just been launched via Get On Down (clear vinyl 2LP, CD with 70 page hardcover casebook, limited-edition t-shirt and sticker sheet).

The last go-round, Brick Records had a critically-acclaimed release. This time, can refreshing Rap like this tackle the charts, and get deserved mainstream recognition?

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