Method Man recently said the comparisons between Wu-Tang and Odd Future just don’t make sense to make…
Odd Future and Wu-Tang Clan both have crowded family trees with many members, but Method Man doesn’t think comparisons between the groups make any sense.
“Only idiots do [make comparisons between Wu-Tang and Odd Future],” Meth recently told Global Grind. “I think it just makes it easier for people to comprehend if they can compare it to something else.”
The two groups will be performing at the Paid Dues Festival on April 7 in San Bernardino, California. Also scheduled to perform at the venue are former XXL Freshmen Crooked I, Mac Miller and Kendrick Lamar in addition to Three-6 Mafia and DJ Quik.
However, news of Wu-Tang even being there, caught Meth off guard.
“The what tour?” Meth asked GlobalGrind. “I’m always the last to know about these things.”
During the same interview, Johnny Blaze also mentioned that he’s working on a new album, although he doesn’t know what label the project will be on.
“Right now, I’m working on my mix CD and my album,” Meth continued. “I don’t know what label it’s going to be on. I think me and Def Jam — I don’t know what they doing over there.”
In related news, the independent film, The Mortician, in which Meth plays the lead role, was released on DVD last week. Of course, Meth’s film credits include co-starring with his rhyme partner in crime Redman in the 2001 stoner comedy, How High, and alongside Snoop Dogg in Soul Plane (2004). The Mortician also stars Dash Mihok, who appeared in The Day After Tomorrow and I Am Legend.—Nicholas Sella
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