Musicians sometimes reach a level of fame that no longer has to do with music. You might know any Kenny Rogers songs, but you saw all the buzz around his post-plastic surgery face. You might not know any Xzibit lyrics, but you might know he loves to turn a 1997 Geo Metro into a dance club on wheels. Maybe you only know Method Man and Redman as Silas P. Silas and Jamal King from 2001's How High; or the two guys in the Right Guard Xtreme Sport "slingshot cyclists" commercial. Or you recognize Method as Tug Daniels in Oz or Calvin "Cheese" Wagstaff in The Wire. However, Method and Red have been a musical pair since before their first full-length, 1999's Blackout! (Def Jam). They still work together musically and are currently on the road, headlining The Smokers Club World Wide Rollers Tour with B-Real (Cypress Hill), Berner and Mick Jenkins as support. It's a chance to see the Men as you've maybe never seen them before.