In ‘Wasn’t Built In A Day’ Rome Streetz collaborated with Method Man, who produced the first rap album Rome ever received.
Rome Stretz recently Link up with the Method Man in “Pz n Qz,” a standout track from Rome’s impromptu release. not built in a day With producer Big Ghost Ltd. MC from New York, tears flowed over Big Ghost’s terrifying keys from the very beginning. Showcasing his technical prowess but also conveying wisdom like “Foolish Indians always outnumber the leader / How can a lost bastard be a leader?” before signing for Griselda for 2021. is an acclaimed songwriter He created several hits and released gems in collaboration projects with Futurewave (Headcrack and Razor’s Edge) and DJ Muggs (Death & The Magician), but his association with Westside Gunn and the Buffalo crew has helped Rome transition from One of rap’s best-kept secrets to becoming an internationally recognized songwriter. His efforts across 11 tracks with Big Ghost will help.
Method Man, who turns 52 today, follows Rome with his own sharp pieces. Showcasing the lyric writing and vocal skills that made him a star almost 30 years ago, the third (and final) season of Wu-Tang: An American Saga Takes us back to 1994, when the crew recalled Method Man’s breakout as the group’s first solo star. It’s beautiful to see Method Man still displaying the skills that made him decades ago. He interjects his poems in Spanish and flaunts his 16-year-old flair with the poem “Million circle meal plans, no ki though / And freedom without ‘M’ shouldn’t tell you anything for free ‘do(e). ”
On the surface, the track is a cross-generational link between Rome and the famous Methodman. and the latest entry in the Griselda-Wu-Tang principle. But Rome told Rolling Stone that the meaning of the song was deeper to him.
“in (Streetz of Rage) Documentary I tell you about the first album my mom ever bought me was Met Man’s first, because he was my favorite rapper,” he recalls. rolling stone via email. “Big Ghost brought that together,” Rome said, adding that his friend Mathematics, the DJ and producer who designed the iconic Wu-Tang logo, told him that Method Man was also a big fan of him. too “It just came together in circles,” reflects Rome. “Working with a legend like Meth Man is boring. Because he is my favorite rapper in Wu-tang, it was a dream come true to work with someone I admire so highly.”
“Pz n Qz” is hip hop’s 50th anniversary greeting. It’s nice to see moments like the Grammy’s sprawling hip-hop performances. which pays homage to the artist in the age of rap growing up But it’s important to look forward to the genre for the next 50 years and acknowledge that not all hip-hop icons will be celebrating their legacy from a behind-the-scenes perspective. Some, like Methman, were on the field and still sparring with junior MCs like Rome who were following them as rap legends.