Ever since the sultan of shaolin grabbed the spotlight on Wu Tang Clans' 1993 epic enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers), meth has been in yo face and in yo ears. Whether holding it down with the Wu on the group's 3 subsequent CD's (97's Wu Tang forever, 2000's the W and 2002's Iron Flag), his solo joints - 94's Tical, 98's Tical 2000: Judgement day, blackout 1999's collaboration with partner in crime and rhyme Redman, 2004's Tical 2000: The prequel, guest spots on other folks' hits, "Love at 1st Sight" with longtime collaborator Mary J. Blige, "Still On it" with Ashanti & Paul Wall, and big screen spots on "CSI," "The Wire," and "How High." Method Man has made damn sure that folks not only know who he is but appreciate what he is capable of. Nice on the mike, easy on the eyes, hot on stage, cool on screen, Method Man has become more than Just a rapper but still remained the ultimate rapper in the game. With a lyrical style that is unpredictable, yet instantly recognizable and a persona That runs the gamut from low-key menace to hyped up stoner, meth has brought the pain, and staked his claim, waiting to make his next move. That move is the eagerly anticipated 4:21... The day after. This album takes meth back to 1993 When hip hop was unsaturated and Method Man & RZA were in the studio making magical music.