Here’s A Never Before Released Method Man Freestyle From 2004 (Audio)

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Tim Westwood continues his Throwback Thursday series with a never before released Method Man freestyle from 2004. Meth kicks bars over Obie Trice’s “The Set Up,” a beat that sounds tailor-made for Tical’s buttery flow.

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Unlike many of the freestyles Westwood has released, on which MCs have spit rhymes that later surfaced on albums, the bars Meth kicks seem to be never heard before or since this moment in the early 00s.

Meth sounds confident, relaxed and fully in the pocket.