9 thoughts on “ Is It Me - Method Man - 4:21... The Day After (CD, Album) ”

  1. They ain't built a man that can stop me from feeding my kids [Chorus: Method Man] And if you don't know where I'm coming from, never know where I be in Most likely, where ya start at'll be the place where you eating album: " The Day After" () Intro ( The Day After) Is It Me. Problem. Somebody Done Fucked Up. Shaolin Soldier.
  2. Method Man The Day After. cd "this album is a testament to Method Man’s adaptability. The beats are hot, the lyrics are novel and above all the album includes fresh names with rhymes to hardchitabwicehadulinksosarecan.coinfo Man’s distinctive raps are never lost in the mix" - observer.
  3. So maybe the fact that he decided to name his fourth record The Day After has less to do with marijuana (though of course that is never completely forgotten) and more to do with moving away from all the comparisons to his first album, Tical (and the subsequent Tical -themed titles that came after).
  4. Method Man: The Day After ‎ (CD, Album) Def Jam Recordings: Bulgaria: このバージョンを出品.
  5. Critics felt Method Man's album Tical 0: The Prequel had too much influence from P. Diddy, and suffered from a commercialized sound that didn’t embody the outgoing personality Method Man had shown throughout his career. In his next effort, the album The Day After, the Wu-Tang clan’s Method Man returned to his core, while continuing to innovate his witty and .
  6. Method Man's desire to make each album an epic does stretch thin in places -- with vacuous skits, so-so love ballads (a sign he's still aware that .
  7. It's really not surprising that Mr. Meth would come back in with a new album called " The Day After." The difference between hard liquor and a joint is that with the latter you won't wake up with a nasty hangover the next day, and the day after his "" Method Man actually sounds doper than he has in years.
  8. The Day After is the fourth studio album by American rapper and Wu-Tang Clan member Method Man. The album was released on August 29, by Def Jam Recordings, to mostly positive reviews. The album features guest appearances from Fat Joe, Styles P, Redman, and various Wu-Tang Clan members.

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