Feb 11, 1997 · Triumph Lyrics: What? Y'all thought y'all wasn't gonna see me? / I'm the Osiris of this shit / Wu-Tang is here forever, motherfuckers / This like, this '97 / Aight my niggas and my niggarettes
Wu-Tang Forever at 20: Ranking the Verses to “Triumph ...
Jun 14, 2017 · A nice, quick verse from RZA’s unmistakable Staten Island drawl over his own beautifully composed beat. 6th Place: Method Man, Verse 2. Meth: As the world turns, I spread like germ Bless the globe with the pestilence The hard-headed never learn This my testament to those burned Play my position in the game of life standing firm
Connect dots to make my man child walk Swift notarizer Blue-Tang all up in the high-riser New York Yank' visor world tranquilizer Just a dosage delegate my Clan with explosives While my pen blow lines ferocious Mediterranean see y'all the number one draft pick …
Inspectah Deck Shares Story Behind Legendary "Triumph" Verse
Aug 03, 1993 · [Chorus: Method Man] The M-E-T-H-O-D Man M-E-T-H-O-D Man M-E-T-H-O-D Man Here I am, here I am, the Method Man [Outro: RZA, Ghostface Killah & Method Man ] Straight from the slums of Shaolin Wu ...
Inspectah Deck Shares Story Behind Legendary “Triumph” Verse
Nov 13, 2020 · During an appearance on Talib Kweli’s “The People’s Party,” Inspectah Deck breaks down the incredible origin story behind his “Triumph” verse. “I bomb atomically, Socrates’ philosophies and hypotheses can’t define how I be dropping these mockeries,” rapped Inspectah Deck, kicking off his legendary verse on Wu-Tang Clan’s “Triumph.” To this day considered as one of rap ...
Best Method Man Songs: Hip-Hop Essentials | uDiscover Music
“Method Man,” the second single from Wu-Tang Clan’s Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), arguably eclipsed almost every other song on the celebrated album, at least in the popular consciousness. In a group with eight of the world’s most gifted and distinctive rappers, he was the star.
Listen to Method Man’s best songs on Apple Music or Spotify. After he brought the pain on his 1994 solo Def Jam debut, Tical, Meth became one of the most sought-after collaborators in rap. He carved out a lane separate from Wu-Tang while bringing more fans into the fold. (Over the course of his decades-long career, he’s guested on over 800 songs.)
On song after song in Wu-Tang’s celebrated catalog, Method Man had the most memorable verse. On the Clan’s first single, “Protect Ya Neck,” he exhibited the rhythmic grace he continually refined throughout his career, floating between RZA’s cavernous drums.
What was the origin of Inspectah Deck's verse on Triumph?
During an appearance on Talib Kweli's "The People's Party," Inspectah Deck breaks down the incredible origin story behind his "Triumph" verse. "I bomb atomically, Socrates' philosophies and hypotheses can't define how I be dropping these mockeries," rapped Inspectah Deck, kicking off his legendary verse on Wu-Tang Clan's "Triumph."