Rapper PXWER is bringing the pain in the rap game just like his famous hip-hop legend dad Method Man.
Meth’s oldest son, Sha, is working on a collaborative album with his rapper-turned-actor father. The original member of Staten Island’s Wu-Tang Clan made the announcement on June 23 on stage at the Artie Verse festival in Irving Plaza, according to Page Six.
A festival goer told the publication, “Method Man introduced his son to the crowd and let everyone know they are working on an album together. It was a really cute, proud moment.”
PXWER, 26, along with the sons of other Wu-Tang Clan members have formed the rap group 2nd Generation Wu. The crew consists of Young Dirty Bastard, son of the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Ghostface Killah’s son, Sun God, and U-God’s son, iNTeLL.
Method Man collaborated with Wu 2.0 in 2020 on the underground rap single “New Generation” which also featured the older rapper.
2nd Generation Wu, according to its website, “picks up their own torch, lit from their parents, and blazes a trail all their own.”Wu-Tang
“It’s dope to work with my pops,” Sha told HipHopDX. “It’s like a dream come true, to be honest… Not many up-and-coming artists can say they worked with a hip hop legend like Method Man.”
Meth’s oldest son may have some big shoes to fill.
At the Artie Verse festival, an attendee filmed part of Wu-Tang’s performance, and they can still rock the mic.