Method Man


Biography

Clifford Smith, 1 April 1971, Staten Island, New York, USA. Smith rose to acclaim as one of the leading members of Staten Island’s hip-hop collective, Wu-Tang Clan. Adopting the Method Man moniker, his smoky, flowing vocals were a prominent feature of 1993’s landmark debut Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). His own Tical set, released the following year, was the first in a glut of Wu-Tang Clan solo product. Produced by associate RZA, the album’s drug-infused atmosphere was perfectly complemented by Method Man’s laid-back delivery. The album debuted at US number 4 in December, while the single ‘Bring The Pain’ broke into the national Top 50 the same month. The following year Method Man was involved in two highly successful collaborations. His Grammy-winning duet with Mary J. Blige on ‘I’ll Be There For You’/‘You’re All I Need To Get By’ was a US number 3 hit in June, and was followed by the ‘How...

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