Method Man’s New Verse Is A Quick Reminder That He’s Still A Microphone Killah

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Method Man is putting the final touches on his Meth Lab 2 compilation album, which is slated to feature Redman, Snoop Dogg, Sheek Louch, Hanz On, Raekwon, Cappadonna, Masta Killa and more. Before releasing that project, however, he teamed with DJ Nu-Mark for what is effectively a verbal mic drop. Meth jumps on the soulful track for a one and done verse that tears through the signs of the zodiac and leaves no doubt that Iron Lung is still a microphone killer.

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