Method Man has been doing well as an actor On Power will now return to music.
The rap great Method Man has declared plans to link up with his eldest son, Sha Smith, to record a collaborative rap album with him, a project that is apparently well underway, making him the latest Clansman to utilize his platform and power to help throw the limelight on his progeny.
The next album was announced by Meth, 51, while on stage at an event for the NFT/Web3 firm Artie in New York City this past weekend. his fellow Wu-Tang members were there as well, Ghostface Killah, GZA, and Inspectah Deck.
Sha, who performs under the moniker PXWER, is presently a member of the group 2nd Generation Wu along with Young Dirty Bastard (son of the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard), Sun God (son of Ghostface Killah), and iNTeLL (son of U-God).
The 26-year-old PXWER, who had previously attended junior college to play football, returned to his musical roots and finally joined the group; he also worked with Meth on the remix of their breakthrough track “Next Generation,” due out in 2020.
PXWER remarked, “It’s dope to work with my pops,” referring to his collaborative spirit with Meth. Just saying that what is happening is like waking up from a dream. In the music industry, not many newcomers can claim to have collaborated with a hip-hop icon like Method Man.