Wu-Tang Is For The Children, Watch ‘The Purple Tape’

On no better day than Wu Wednesday, Method Man released a music video, “The Purple Tape,” a track off of Method Man’s new album, The Meth Lab, which was issued on August 21st and the legendary MC’s fifth studio album. “The Purple Tape” featured fellow Wu-Tang Clan legends Raekwon and Inspectah Deck, along with Method Man’s son, also named Raekwon. That’s right, two Raekwons in one song, which Method Man’s son addresses, stating “Raekwon no relation to Chef though”, in “The Purple Tapes” hook.

“The Purple Tape” video was directed by the Last American B-Boy and the track produced by J57, with the video dropped on the legendary Hip Hop label TommY BoY Entertainment’s channel.

Before the “The Purple Tape”, Method Man also released another track off of his album “Straight Gutta”, featuring Hanz On and Streetlife. “Straight Gutta” was produced by Cee The Architek, and the video was directed by Taya Simmons & Devin Gibson.

The Meth Lab is now available for purchase. #WeStillWin

Chris Massari
Chris Massari
Hailing from the slums of Shaolin, but not really, Chris is a New Jersey native and Rowan University alumni in Journalism, Philosophy and Religion. He is an aspiring writer, always looking to expand his resume of stories and become better in the craft. Not only is Chris a writer but he also raps, working with Grammy winning song writer William Hart and his son Khalid, out of Philadelphia. In his free time, he practices punching people and choking them out, training in various martial arts and gyms along the east coast, throughout his lifetime. Also check him out at Ain't It Cool and ComicsVerse, as well as all things social media.