The Wu-Tang veteran chills with friends – including fellow group member Raekwon – in the minimalist clip, rapping about drug deals and police confrontation. "Don't know the history?/ I'm from the city of stop and frisk me," he rhymes over jazzy Wurtlizer and muted horns.
Frequent Wu-Tang Clan collaborator Redman appears in the more aggressive "Hood Go Bang," though he isn't featured in the video. Method Man hangs out in an alley, as a spotlight frenetically scans around his face, and the visual concludes with the rapper performing live as fans throw up the famous Wu-Tang hand sign.
Longtime Wu-Tang associate DJ Allah Mathematics produced the recently issued The Saga Continues, which features contributions from numerous group members. Notably, Inspectah Deck dissed notorious "Pharma bro" Martin Shkreli on new track "Lesson Learn'd."
Ghostface Killah, RZA and Cappadonna teamed with the Roots last week to perform "My Only One" on The Tonight Show.