Method Man and Redman Go Classic at 9:30 Club

Method Man and Redman perform their own classic hip-hop tracks from their solo careers and collaborations, as well as those Wu-Tang Clan during their set at the 9:30 Club

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Bristol CT Art Squad
Also known as Red & Meth, Doc & Meth or Mr. Meth and Funk Doc. The hip-hop duo consists of rap superstars Method Man (of Wu-Tang Clan) and Redman (of Def Squad).
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Alfredo Flores
Red & Meth (pictured) have known each other since they were kids, reunited on tour in 1994 and again in 1995 in the recording studio of 2Pac's "Got My Mind Made Up" for his multi-platinum album “All Eyez on Me.”
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Alfredo Flores
Red & Meth have had friendly battles freestyling with each other on "Yo! MTV Raps," which led to their collaboration single “How High.”
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Alfredo Flores
Red & Meth recorded many tracks together until they finally released “Blackout!” in 1999. Their 10-year reunion sequel “Blackout! 2” was released in 2009.
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Montgomery County Police Department
Method Man won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By" with Mary J. Blige.
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Alfredo Flores
Method Man revs up the 9:30 Club crowd. He, along with Redman, performed many of their solo hits, as well as those of Meth's Wu-Tang Clan
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Alfredo Flores
Method Man rocks the crowd.
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New Jersey rapper Redman made his initial impact with “Whut? Thee Album” in 1992.
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Alfredo Flores
Redman blends reggae and funk influences with topical commentary and displayed a terse, though fluid rap style that was at times satirical, tough and even silly.
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