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All Method, No Madness
October 29, 2010   
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Method Man, the frontman of the Wu-Tang Clan hip-hop collective, will perform at the Stodoła club Nov. 20 together with Redman, the MC of the legendary Def Squad group in New York City.

Method Man is one of the founding members of the Wu-Tang Clan and also one of the most recognizable figures in the group. The Wu-Tang Clan’s debut album Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers (1993) contained a solo track by Method Man. The rapper’s debut solo album entitled Tical was released in the following year to a warm reception from both critics and the record-buying public.

Over the years, Method Man has worked with major acts on the hip-hop scene such as Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. His duet with Mary J. Blige, “I’ll Be There For You/You’re All I Need,” won him a Grammy. Recording his consecutive albums, Method Man has worked with the likes of Chris Rock, Janet Jackson, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliott and P. Diddy.

Redman started his onstage career as a member of the Def Squad. His first solo album, Whut? Thee Album, came out in 1992 and instantly went gold, winning Redman the title of the Rapper of the Year. Together with Method Man, Redman was a guest artist on one of Tupac Shakur’s albums. He also teamed up with pop star Christina Aguilera on her “Dirrty” single and remixed the “Get the Party Started” hit song by Pink.

Method Man and Redman started working together during the Hard Knock Life Tour. While on the road, the two recorded an album entitled Blackout! which spawned the hits “Cereal Killa” and “Tear It Off.” The duo’s follow-up album, Blackout! 2, was released a decade later. The rappers have also worked together outside the music scene, making a joint appearance in a movie entitled How High and starring in the Method & Red sitcom produced by the Fox channel.

M.B.

Stodoła, 10 Batorego St.
www.stodola.plDoors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets zl.130 in advance sales and zl.150 on the day of the concert, available at www.ticketpro.pl and
www.eventim.pl
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