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Method Man, Ghostface and Raekwon
Our Dreams

Our Dreams, the first single off Wu-Massacre, the trio's highly anticipated collaborative album, is roughly 24% banging, 48% 'urgh' and 28% good ol' fashioned mudda-phucking gritty Raekwon.

Method Man's verse follows on from his consistently run of wack rhymes that he's been dropping ever since him and Redman went on that hydro bender and destroyed the 'clever metaphor' part of their brains. RZA's production is also a little disjointed, sounding like it was slightly rushed. The heavy vocal soul sample is nice though and Raekwon brings a tight closing verse, keeping up with the high standard he set on last year's brilliant Cuban Linx 2.

After several set-backs and delays, Wu-Massacre now seems to have an official release date locked in - March 30.

The insanely awesome comic book cover art has also been revealed:

As well as a the 'tentative' tracklisting:

  1. Criminology Part 2.5
  2. Mef v.s. Chef Part II (feat. Rhythm Roots Allstars)
  3. Ya Moms (Skit)
  4. Smooth Sailing (Remix) (feat. Solomon Childs & Streetlife)
  5. Our Dreams
  6. Gunshowers (feat. Inspectah Deck & Sun God)
  7. Dangerous (feat. Rhythm Roots Allstars)
  8. Pimpin' Chipp (feat. Rhythm Roots Allstars)
  9. How To Pay Rent (Skit feat. Tracy Morgan)
  10. Miranda
  11. Youngstown Heist (feat. Trife Da God, Sheek Louch & Bully)
  12. It's That Wu Shit
  13. Made Men

Hmm.. pardon for me for judging a book by it's tracklisting, but this doesn't look too promising. I mean, a skit called Ya Moms, a million-or-so weedcarrier cameos and a song about Pia Miranda? Dang.

Raekwon is excited though, recently taking a minute out of his ridiculously busy schedule to - a) tell us about his ridiculously busy schedule (is it just me or did he take 8 years off and now he's pretty much grinding 24 hours a day?) and; b) talk a little bit about the collaborative project.

Earlier this week Def Jam also released Avenging Eagles, a promo mixtape for the album mixed by DJ Mathematics, which features a whole bunch of classic tracks by the three Wu-Tangers, as well as a handful of tracks from Wu-Massacre.

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Method Man
Ghostface Killah
Wu-Tang Clan


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