Method Man and Redman give House Music a try on "I Used To Be," a collaboration with German producers GOH and Sugastarr.
What do Puff Daddy, R. Kelly, Method Man and Redman all have in common? Other than being '90s icons, they've all announced forays into House Music in the past week. Diddy did it with "My Heart," his collaboration with Israeli DJ Guy Gerber, R. Kelly announced an all-House album, and now Meth and Red have teamed with a pair of German producers for "I Used To Be."
Co-produced by GOH and Sugastarr, the track samples Aretha Franklin's "One Step Ahead," which was also famously sampled in Mos Def's "Ms. Fat Booty." The accompanying black and white video shows Meth and Red touring Europe, and having a blast doing so.