(AllHipHop News)Method Man has been working on a number of projects over the last few years, including his fifth solo studio album, Crystal Meth, which is currently being recorded in conjunction with his and Redman's third entry in their Blackout series.
Method Man wants to put out as much quality music as possible.
"Me and RZA are gonna work together on my next LP, Crystal Meth," Method Man told AllHipHop.com. "I'm looking forward to getting back in the studio with the kid, 'cause we just came off a Wu tour, and the camaraderie was still there. So I know the chemistry is gonna be there when we go in the studio.
"If there's still fans out there listening, then I'm definitely coming with some sh*t for you," Method Man promised of his forthcoming music.
Despite what he feels was a slept-on album - in the form of 2009's Blackout 2 and less than stellar feedback for his, Ghostface and Raekwon's collaborative album Wu-Massacre - Method Man doesn't get hung up pleasing critics or "the mainstream."
Fans of his longtime collaborations with Redman won't have to wait much longer for Blackout 3, which Method Man says is being recorded at the same time as his solo album and Redman's Muddy Waters 2.
The 20-year member of Wu-Tang Clan also pondered the possibility of filming How High 2 with Redman once a "good script" is written, whether he thinks the world will ever get a Wu-Tang biopic, and why he hasn't been taking as many film roles in recent years.
Check out the entire interview with Method Man below: