Method Man Reveals Wu Massacre Rushed By Def Jam
As fans anxiously await Raekwon, Method Man and Ghostface Killah's upcoming group album, Wu-Massacre, Meth revealed that the recording process wasn't quite what he expected.
"Def Jam put a rush on it," said Tical to MTV News. "We didn't have a lot of time to work on it. We recorded with no budget. It is what it is. We did this for the fans. It felt good to get in the studio with Rae and Ghost. The future looks bright."
The rush was likely due to recently successful Wu-Tang and Wu-related projects like Method Man and Redman's Blackout! 2, Ghostface Killah's Wizard of Poetry, and Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Pt. II.
Elaborating on the project, Method explained that the purpose of the album was to put out something for the fans - not to slight the rest of the Wu-Tang Clan. "This album could have been done by Deck, U-God and GZA. Either/or, it's still Wu-Tang. The bottom line with this LP, it was something fans always requested. It's like, what else was we doing? It was a given. Hopefully, we can all get back in the studio and get enough time to really work on an LP."