Method Man and Redman Tour Schedule
Method Man and Redman, two of the most prolific and highly-regarded rappers
in the hop-hop music scene since the late 1980s, have been collaborating for a long time at this point and continue to rock
the stage all over the country. Whether you call them Funk Doc and Johnny Blaze, Red & Mef or any of their other monikers,
this is a duo that you definitely need to see sooner or later if you love their unique still of hip-hop. These are two hip-hop
legends who know a thing or two about lighting up a live audience, making it always a good time to step away from your stereo
system and see this amazing duo the way they were intended to be seen.
Since coming together in the mid-1990s, Meth
and Red have been absolutely all over. These days you might find them at a venue like Iron City in Birmingham, The Orange
Peel in Asheville, Emos in Austin or plenty of other top-tier venues around the country, as these guys definitely get around
when it comes to touring. Once you're there in the middle of an exciting show that you've been daydreaming about all week,
you'll definitely be glad that you're not still sitting at home when you could be there soaking up the vibes of an amazing
Meth and Red concert.
Method Man and Redman Background
Before Method Man and Redman started working together
in 1994, they both enjoyed successful solo careers. Method Man, born Clifford Smith in Long Island, New York in 1971, began
his professional career with rap legends Wu-Tang Clan in 1992 and has been an integral member ever since. With major contributions
to classic Wu albums "Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers)" and "Wu Tang Forever," Method Man soon became a major part of the rap
scene in the 1990s. The same could be said of Redman, who had major success with "Whatever Man," "I'll Bee Dat" and more on
his own to make him one of the most popular solo rappers in the game.
But even though they had their own thing going,
the collective rose to fame in the early 1990s, particularly after the reunited for a collaboration with Tupac Shakur for
his iconic album "All Eyez on Me." In that album, Meth and Red delivered potent verses on "Got My Mind Made Up." From there,
Method Man and Redman slowly started their collaboration and ended up taking it to a completely different level with hit single
"How High" before doing a full studio album together. And once "Blackout" came out, it was on, and this duo has been hitting
up sites all over the place ever since.
Method Man and Redman Greatest Hits
When these two began consistent
collaborations, it seemed as if their styles were just made to go together. It really all came together with "How High," which
wasn't just a hit single but was also a stoner comedy that Redman and Method Man starred on. From there, "Blackout" was a
major hit with rap audiences when it was launched in 1999, as it made it all the way to the top of the R&B charts. From
there, "Blackout 2" was another big hit, making it to number two on both the R&B and Rap charts, solidifying them as one
of the hottest collaborations in hip-hop. Though Method Man and Redman definitely know their way around a studio, however,
they're also a duo that has a reputation of lighting up a live audience, giving you plenty of incentive to head out and see
the big show when they swing by a stage near you.
Method Man and Redman Trivia
Did you know that Method
Man had a recurring role on HBO's cult classic series "The Wire"?
Widely acclaimed by critics as one of the greatest
TV shows in history, "The Wire" brought the urban drama to a completely different level with its complexity surrounding the
principle characters in the Baltimore drug trade. Method Man ended up playing a crucial role in the form of Cheese Wagstaff,
a low-level drug pusher who was an integral part of seasons two through five. More than just "The Wire," however, Method Man
has also been in a variety of other TV shows and films.
Method Man and Redman Fans
There's nothing quite
like being right in the middle of an exciting concert featuring Method Man and Redman, as it's not every day that you get
to see two iconic rappers trading verses in front of a live audience. Meth and Red fans know what they're in for when they
come out to see them in action, as this is a show that's guaranteed to be loaded with passion for the music as they rip through
one popular track after another. Put it all together and that highly anticipated Funk Doc and Johnny Blaze concert is just
one that you don't want to skip if you're a hip-hop fan.