Throughout his career, Action Bronson's voice has been to compared to Ghostface Killah's, but it apparently wasn't just fans making this mistake. In a recent interview with VladTV, Ghostface openly admitted that when Action first hit the scene, even he got their voices confused on a song and wondered when he recorded a verse that was actually Bam Bam.
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Check out the latest release from L.A.D aka La The Darkman "Tears In My Eyes." This track is off his upcoming EP 'La Paraphernalia' Coming Soon!
L.A.D aka La The Darkman "Tears In My Eyes"
Raekwon Gives Props To La The Darkman (2:05)
Ever since Method Man got his own song on Wu-Tang Clan’s debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), he’s been destined for stardom. While he has, indeed, found tremendous success in the world of music, he’s also done a fair amount of acting. That includes movies such as Soul Plane and How High, and his sitcom with Redman, Method & Red, but he’s also been in some good stuff, like The Wire, and has shown himself to be capable at both drama and comedy. He’ll probably get a chance to show his skills with the latter in the new Key and Peele movie, as Variety reports Meth is in negotiations to join the project.
The film is called Keanu, even though it doesn’t seem to have anything to do with Keanu Reeves. Instead, it’s about some friends who pose as drug dealers to get back a stolen cat. Hilarity will presumably ensue, and Method Man will likely play an actual drug dealer, or some other sort of street tough.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are helming the film, a spinoff of their hit Comedy Central sketch show. They’re not the only Comedy Central stars making the jump to the big screen, as Amy Schumer is doing the same this summer with Trainwreck, in which Method Man also appears. If Daniel Tosh ever decides to make a movie, clearly he knows who to call.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Kicking off in July, Rae and Ghost will be joined by Dillon Cooper, as they hit a total of 32 cities, including Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Houston, Los Angeles, and more, with tickets going on sale this upcoming Friday. Additional tour details can be found on Ticketmaster, while the full list of dates can be seen below.