Wu-Tang Clan member Method Man is back in full action with a new video to show and prove hes still an active rapper. The standout Wu member released a visual for the upcoming Sour Patch Kids campaign. The end result, priceless. Hit the clip to watch Meth duke it out with a few of the sugary kids.
When he first stepped on the scene, suckers were petrified. Now, Method Man has grown into one of hip-hop's most beloved MCs. He isn't known to do a ton of interviews, but on Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET on MTV.com, Mr. Meth will chop it up with Sway on "RapFix Live."
In 1993, the Wu-Tang Clan seemingly came out of nowhere, but now it's pretty hard to imagine hip-hop without the nine-man Staten Island group. Method Man emerged as the crew's first superstar (but certainly not the last) thanks to his standout solo Wu single and Mary J. Blige duet "All I Need." These days, Meth is hitting the road with rappers Curren$y and Smoke DZA and working on his fifth solo album. When he hits the "RapFix" couch, fans can expect Meth to discuss his growth, Wu-Tang's legacy and the future direction of his career.
Be sure to tune in to RapFix Live tomorrow to hear Mr. M-E-T-H-O-D Man break it all down from the current state of the Wu to his own solo career. He may just bring a Sour Patch Kid or two with him. Tweet your questions for Method Man and Irv Gotti to @MTVNews with the hashtag #RapFixLive.