The Wu-Tang Clan‘s legendary roots run deep, and even now, the names of the roster continue to ring bells in worthy circles. Fans know there’s something unabashedly raw about the one and only Method Man, who previously won hearts through his self-titled 36 Chambers classic. Now, with a legendary career behind him, Tical has been steadily readying the torch for his disciples, as evidenced by his upcoming Meth Lab II album. Curated with an emphasis on local Staten Island emcees, The Meth Lab II was originally slated to drop on November 13th.
Now, a report from HipHopDx indicates that Meth heads will have to wait a little bit longer. Apparently, the publication got an email from Method Man’s camp, explaining that the project would no longer be landing on its intended delivery date. As of now, a replacement has yet to be revealed, though it’s entirely possible November is still in the cards.
Hopefully, we’ll be bumping some new Method Man by year’s end. Should you be fixing for more, check out the lead Meth Lab II single, “Grand Prix.