M.O.P. and Wu-Tang Clan are two of greatest crews and/or groups to not only come from New York, but in the history of Hip-Hop. So you know M.O.P.’s Billy Danze and the Wu’s Method Man had to bring the heat for their new collaboration, Gotham.
A very cinematic, yet still soulful TooBusy-produced track. That sees the two N.Y. natives over the cinematic, yet soulful snares, keys and horns of Danze’s latest single. As well as well placed samples of Bane from, The Dark Knight Rises. Paying homage to their hometown and the birthplace of Hip-Hop. While also showing why they’re two of the illest emcees to ever come from N.Y.
Method Man with his guest feature and stellar verses of, “You know this Meth, vicious. Like DMX with the scriptures. I might DM ya mistresses to DMing ya misses. Not superstitious, but rappers need supervision. Super feeling in the building. They call me, super intendant. I’m super seeding hard rocks. I’ve been a menace. Bad attendance. In the school of hard rocks. Got me suspended.” For what’s easily another top two or three verses of the year candidate. As Meth continues to defy critics and show why he’s one of the illest emcees ever to touch a mic period.
The track is also the latest to be released from Danze’s sure to be highly-anticipated next solo work, We Busy. A collaborative album with Swiss producer, TooBusy. That was originally scheduled for an Oct. 18th release date and is now set to be released on Nov. 15th.