10 Best Method Man Songs

The 10 best songs Method Man songs was a difficult list to compile. Who is Method man? Method Man is the most popular member of the Wu-Tang Clan and one of the most prolific rappers of all-time. He is known for his razor sharp flow, and his husky voice that commands authority whenever he touches a microphone. The 10 best Method Man songs are:

  1. “Bring the Pain” from “Tical”Number one of the 10 best Method Man songs is the first single off of the critically and commercially acclaimed debut album “Tical”. A catchy hook and a hypnotic beat have made this song the best Method Man song ever.

  2. “All I Need (Remix)” (featuring Mary J. Blige) from “Tical” Method Man’s most successful song to date, this song signified him as a force to be reckoned with in the rap game. Mary J. Blige’s chilling vocals and a Notorious B.I.G. sample has made “All I Need (Remix)” timeless.

  3. “Da Rockwilder” (with Redman) from Method Man & Redman’s “Blackout!" The highlight of “Blackout!” this song is a back and forth tug-o-war with lyricists Redman and Method Man spitting nothing but venom on one of the best produced rap songs of all-time.

  4. “Method Man” (Method Man solo) from Wu-Tang Clan’s “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” “Method Man” was a chance for hip-hop fans to witness the genius of Method Man and this song was one of the most popular songs off of this critically and commercially acclaimed debut album of the Wu-Tang Clan in 1993.

  5. “Judgment Day” from “Tical 2000: Judgement Day” The lead single from the album of the same title, “Judgment Day” was about the apocalypse. The entire album was apocalyptic in nature, but “Judgment Day” was an anthem of epic proportions.

  6. “What’s Happenin’” (featuring Busta Rhymes) from “Tical 0: The Prequel” A collaboration that was many years in the making, “What’s Happenin’” was the first single from “Tical 0: The Prequel” and it was also the best song on the entire album. Busta Rhymes crazy flow mixed with Method Man’s lyrical prowess has made this song an instant classic.

  7. “Say” (featuring Lauryn Hill) from “4:21…Tha Day After” This song shows a different side of Method Man and with Lauryn Hill passionately singing the hook it only makes his message more memorable.

  8. “Meth vs. Chef” (featuring Raekwon) from “Tical” A battle between Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man and Raekwon that was over a RZA produced beat. RZA is also a member of the Wu-Tang Clan and he was the main producer. RZA would have the other eight members battle each other for one of his beats this resulted into “Meth vs. Chef” being added to “Tical”.

  9. “Even If” from “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps Original Soundtrack (2000)” A song that was slept on in the year 2000, “Even If” is vintage Method Man.

  10. “Cradle Rock” (featuring Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes) from “Tical 2000: Judgement Day (1998)” A strange collaboration with the late great Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes is song three off of “Tical 2000: Judgement Day”. Left Eye is on the hook and the outro of the song and Method Man spits liquid fire on a great beat produced by LB Da Life Bringa.

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