Method Man – Mixtape (feat. Redman, Havoc, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Busta Rhymes, Freddie Gibbs…)

1. Method Man – Headbanger Boogie (Skit) 0:00
2. Street Life & Method Man (feat. Havoc) – Squad Up 0:16
3. Method Man (feat. Hanz On, Hue Hef, Streetlife & Lounge Lo) – P.L.O. (Remix) 3:45
4. Method Man – Symphony (feat. Hanz On, Streetlife, Kash Verrazano, Carlton Fisk, Killa Sin) 7:47
5. Method Man – Intelligent Meth (feat. Masta Killa, Streetlife & iNTeLL) 11:07
6. Method Man – Walk On (feat. Redman) 15:01
7. Method Man – Another Winter (feat. Hanz On, Streetlife, Carlton Fisk) 17:37
8. Method Man – Walk On (feat. Redman) 20:58
9. Loaded Lux – Rite (feat. Redman & Method Man) 23:44
10. Method Man – Straight Gutta (feat. Redman, Hanz On, Streetlife) 28:10
11. Method Man – The Classic 31:46
12. Method Man – The Purple Tape (feat. Raekwon, Inspectah Deck) 33:48
13. Method Man, 2Pac, Ice Cube, Eazy E – Built For This (feat Freddie Gibbs) 37:15
14. Method Man, Redman, Nas & DMX – Cold Streets (feat. Busta Rhymes) 42:29
15. Method Man, Snoop Dogg, DMX – Side To Side (feat. Ice Cube) 45:53
16. Method Man & Nas – Super Vision (feat. Dave East) 49:09
17. Method Man – Outro 52:48

Clifford Smith, Jr. (born March 2, 1971), better known by his stage name Method Man, is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and actor. He is known as a member of the East Coast hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan. He is also half of the hip hop duo Method Man & Redman. He took his stage name from the 1979 film Method Man. In 1996, Smith won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, for “I’ll Be There for You/You’re All I Need to Get By”, featuring American R&B singer Mary J. Blige, whom he currently stars with in Power Book II: Ghost, a spin-off of its original show Power.

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Smith has appeared in films such as 187 (1997), Belly (1998), How High (2001), Garden State (2004), The Wackness (2008), Venom (2005), Red Tails (2012), Keanu (2016), and The Cobbler (2014). On television, he and frequent collaborator, fellow East Coast rapper Redman, co-starred on the short-lived Fox sitcom Method & Red. He has also had recurring roles in three HBO series, as Tug Daniels in Oz, Melvin “Cheese” Wagstaff in The Wire, and Rodney in The Deuce. Method Man also appears in the TBS comedy The Last O.G..

Born on March 2, 1971, in Hempstead, Long Island, Smith divided his childhood between his father’s Long Island residence and his mother’s home in the Park Hill section of Clifton, Staten Island, locally known as Killa Hill. Growing up in Hempstead, Smith began playing lacrosse at a young age and continues to be a passionate supporter of the sport. He attended New Dorp High School, where he became friends with Remedy. He has two sisters, Terri and Missy.

As Wu-Tang Clan ascended to hip hop stardom, Method Man was always one of the most visible members of the collective. He was one of only two members to get a solo song on the group’s debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) and he was the first to release a solo album under the Clan’s unusual contract which allowed its members to release albums under any record label. Method Man chose to sign with rap label Def Jam Recordings, although Elektra Records A&R man Dante Ross initially wanted to sign him around the same time Ross signed fellow group member Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Method Man’s solo debut, Tical (1994), was critically acclaimed and well received, entering the American charts at #4 and eventually selling in excess of one million copies. That album featured the hit single “All I Need”, later remixed featuring Mary J. Blige, which won a Grammy (“I’ll Be There for You/You’re All I Need”). During this time Method Man also became close friends with fellow New York City-based rapper The Notorious B.I.G., and was the only guest rapper featured on his debut album Ready to Die. He was also featured on Spice 1’s album AmeriKKKa’s Nightmare on the track “Hard 2 Kill”. In 1995, he was also featured on “Got the Flava” off Showbiz and A.G.’s album Goodfellas. In 1996, Method Man appeared on Tupac Shakur’s album All Eyez on Me, on the song “Got My Mind Made Up” alongside his rhyme partner Redman, the Dogg Pound (Daz and Kurupt) and Inspectah Deck, whose verse did not make the released album version (although his nickname “Rebel INS” can be heard as the song fades). He was also featured on Redman’s 1996 album Muddy Waters on the track “Do What Ya Feel”.

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On June 3, 1997, the Wu-Tang Clan released their Grammy-nominated multiplatinum double CD Wu-Tang Forever, the long-awaited follow up to 36 Chambers. The album has sold over 2 million copies to date worldwide.

His second solo album was Tical 2000: Judgement Day, released in 1998, which was heavily influenced by the apocalypse theories surrounding the forthcoming end of the millennium, and which featured myriad guest appearances from his fellow Wu-Tang MCs. The album was certified double platinum.






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