Masta Killa returns with a new track titled "Therapy" featuring fellow Wu-Tang Clan-mate Method Man and Redman. "Therapy" is the first single off of Killa's forthcoming album Loyalty is Royalty on Nature Sounds.

The track, produced by PF Cuttin, starts off with Masta Killa delivering an amazing opening line. "Yo, I gotta be around this music, it's therapeutic/The first fresh thoughts of the day is so clear/When I walk, in my head, there's a voice that talks/In my ear I can hear so clear, you think I'm buggin' right?" he raps.

Method Man and Redman come in and demolish the rest of the song, showing off their wittiness over crisp piano keys. A limited edition flexi-disc of the song can be pre-ordered from mastakillamusic.net. "Therapy" was released through Adult Swim Singles.

"Adult Swim is always crazy; they give it to you raw, straight no chaser and that's what this music stands for," he told Billboard. "There needs to be more major outlets for music in its raw form where it doesn’t have to be watered down or politically correct. Big respect to Adult Swim for that."

This is the second song that featured both Method Man and Masta Killa to come out in recent weeks. They were both on Joe Young's  “Crack Babies 2.0,” which also featured, Raekwon and Cappadonna.

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