Method Man is a supreme storyteller. That's not only evident in his music, you can see it during his interview on Math Hoffa’s My Expert Opinion podcast.
Like in one segment, Meth told a story about dissing Destiny's Child back in the day, which he apologized for.
One of the latest clips to be released from his visit has to do with "The What," a collab between the Wu-Tang rapper and The Notorious B.I.G., which lives on Big's 1994 classic, Ready to Die.
“By the time I got [to the studio], Biggie’s verse was written and he told me that he wanted to end it with, ‘You can’t mess with M-E’ and I was supposed to go, ‘T-H-O-D,'” he explained. “But I overlapped him because it didn’t fall on beat doing it that way. That’s where the ‘T-H-O-D Man, here I am / I’ll be damned if this ain’t some sh*t.’"
“I wrote that sh*t quick as f*ck," added Meth. "Whose flow was I [biting]? Nas. That’s biting Nas’ flow. ‘I’ll be damned if this ain’t some sh*t / Come to spread the butter lyrics over hominy grits … Coming where you rest at, surrender / Step inside the ring, you’s the number one contender / Looking cold-booty like your p*ssy in December.'”
Does Meth sound like Nas on "The What" to you?