“Oh boy, dig it, I talk about it and I live it
Been there, did it, shitted and wiped my ass with it
These critics saw the train for brains and must of missed it
If they ain’t got the shit, they’ll never get it”
Method Man’s raspy, raggedy voice is one of Hip-Hop’s dopest weapons. His bars require multiple listens. And, when paired with an incredible Scott Storch-still-in-his-prime beat, you kind of owe it to the hip-hop gods to listen to “Is It Me.” The spark that ignited Meth’s underrated 4:21… The Day After, ‘Me’ harkens back to a time when the Wu-Tang Clan’s grimy style ruled the world and the phrase ‘protect ya neck’ wasn’t an ironic hip-hop idiom uttered by hipsters.