When I first saw Macklemore walk on the crowd during his performance at Soundset last year, I was instantly transported back years ago when I was a young Shake holding Method Man up by his kicks during a show in Vegas. Not saying Mack was jackin’ (or even taking credit for) the “crowd walk” but it was just what my mind thought of when it went down. Apparently, the same thing happened to Method Man as he took time out during his 4/20 show in Denver to address Macklemore and tell the crowd he “started that shit.”
I was watching MTV not too long ago and there was a rapper on stage. This motherfucker had a lot of energy and was really, really enjoying his performance. I think his name is Macklemore. Don’t get me wrong, that motherfucker can rhyme, but as I’m watching his performance, I seen this motherfucker do something that just pissed me off. He actually tried to walk onto the crowd’s hands.
I started that shit! That’s my shit! Don’t get me wrong, when Macklemore come to y’all city, y’all show him all the love that y’all show Red and Meth. But if that motherfucker tries to do my walk on the crowd thing, I want Denver, Colorado, to drop his ass like a bad habit.
Whatever the case may be, it’s part of a great performance that both artists are known to put on. And we should all enjoy it, because there are some terrible live acts out there that are wasting our hard-earned money with each show.
A pre-Coachella event of sorts, Mef & Ghost performed at an underground pool party at Two Bunch Palms in CA where the two navigated through a slew of their classic cuts. Peep the full set up top. Do remember: Ghostface & Adrian Younge’s Twelve Reasons To Die hits the internets and retail outlets this Tuesday!
The God Mef celebrated his Born day last night at the Key Club in Los Angeles and brought out cappo RZA amd Redman to perform a couple hits. Up top is Rockwilder, after the break, RZA & Method Man perform Ain’t Nuthin Ta Fuck Wit. Spotted: X.
Guess who’s back. The duo of Mr. Mef and Funk Doc have something cooking in the oven, which we all will see in the near future. Extra points for playing Kurupt’s classic West Coast jam “We Can Freak It,” too.
Last night Method Man made his way to Toronto and rocked for a wild crowd at Sound Academy. Check the clip above as he kicks off his set with a performance of “M.E.T.H.O.D. Man.” Shouts to Walder on the footage.
The latest visual from BarrelhouseBKLYN’s Vintage Collection features K.R.I.T., Mookie Jones and Jonny Shipes during their 2011 Smokers Club Tour playing “smokers karaoke” with Smoke DZA lyrics, before getting up with Meth and Spitta.