Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Method Man Says GZA & RZA Wrote Most of Ol' Dirty Bastard's "Return To The 36 Chambers"

Here's an interesting revelation, Method Man revealed in a recent interview with that most of the rhymes on the late Ol' Dirty Bastard's debut was written by GZA & RZA. That just goes to show you never know when it comes to ghostwriting (or ghostborrowing for that matter.) Meth also reveals a few other tidbits, here's an excerpt from the HipHopDX article:

“The majority of the verses on that album are old RZA rhymes and GZA rhymes,” he said. “’Approach the school, 9:30, you’re late,’ that’s RZA’s shit. I heard that shit when I was 14 years old. That whole, ‘Easy on my balls, they’re fragile as eggs,’ niggas said that in a rap battle in fucking 1989.

“Dirty took all their shit and made it his own and GZA ain’t say shit,” he continued. “Most of [Dirty’s verses] was GZA’s shit. I remember GZA and ODB got in an argument one night and GZA was like, ‘Nigga most of that shit you say on your fucking album is mines anyway!”

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