Method Man feat. Raekwon – Meth V.s Chef [original version w/ extra verse]
Friday November 27th 2009,
Filed under: Steady Bootleggin',Tape Vaults,Wu-Tang Is For The Children
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Just caught this radio rip of ‘Meth Vs. Chef II’ via eskay so it seemed like a no-brainer to dust-off the original, unreleased version with that extra Meth verse.


Method Man feat. Raekwon The Chef - ‘Meth Vs. Chef’ [original version w/ extra verse]


Bonus: Method Man & Raekwon The Chef - Meth Vs. Chef II’

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Meth was always crazy charismatic… I wanna say I heard him ‘freestyle’ that second verse from the OG version on the radio one time, but it mighta been on a mixtape. I remember that ‘Old Man River’ reference crackin’ me up.

New ‘Meth vs. Chef’, eh? not bad. It’s wild how these dudes fall back in that old Wu zone and make better shit than they’ve made in years. Not a lot of artists can go back to their old way of doing things and still sound good today, but they’re doin’ it.

-D!

Comment by DANJ! 11.27.09 @

“spit in ya mouth, piss on ya bitch”

“rap ain’t done shit for me lately”

hahah this is the best shit i’ve heard in fuckin eons

rae and meth are foul

Comment by Jacks 11.28.09 @

METH KILLED BOTH..RAE THE SHIT THO..

Comment by TYBO2020 11.29.09 @

thanx for the classic bonus

Comment by swordfish 11.29.09 @

this new joint is some really strong shit, on the heels of OB4CL2 i got a feeling the Chef/Tical/Starks joint gonna be great.

Comment by claaa7 11.30.09 @

whats with the transformers?

Comment by gx 12.02.09 @

Fuck – I nearly pissed myself with tha thoughts of a (NoDJ /jlove) Track ….
but still has tags all these years later ….
Shitz not fair …we need that full nojlove shit ..
Great post BTW

Comment by Killahh bee Dublin 12.08.09 @



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