Rappers Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan and Daz Dillinger of Tha Dogg Pound are among the artists who helped Heltah Skeltah record the follow-up to the hip-hop outfit's 1996 debut "Nocturnal."
Group members Ruck and Rock will release their sophomore effort, "Magnum Force," on October 13. The first single from the album, "I Ain't Havin' That," was produced by Cuzin Bawb and Starang Wondah (O.G.C.) and uses the same beat as the Tribe Called Quest classic "Hot Sex" with the addition of an unmistakable Redman loop.
Method Man turns up on a track called "Gunz 'N Onez," while the late Tupac Shakur's clique, The Outlawz, appear on a song called "M.F.C. Lawz." Of course, the rest of the Boot Camp Click appears on the posse cut "Gang's All Here" and the album also features a skit called "Call Tyrone," a tongue-in-cheek answer to Erykah Badu's mega-hit "Tyrone."