Redman checks in with Tim Westwood to discuss his new album: Redman Presents… Reggie and interesting topics such as album sequels, past Hit Squad compadres and Keith Murray.
Here’s that hip-hop mix, as promised. This was done about a month ago, but we kept running into scheduling issues with for the photo shoot. This mix is sort of a cross between what I do at XS on the weekends, and stuff that’s just good hip-hop – you can define for yourself what’s what. [cont.]
Lots of Wu news today…. In the above clip, Redman states that Blackout 3 is coming next year. Via: HHC
Whut?!? The tracklist? You know how we do. Reggie is in stores December 7th. No “Lookin’ Fly” though, huh? Probably kinda hard to clear a Jackson 5 sample with the word “pedophile” rapped over it. Regardless, we’re excited to hear Red’s return. Update: Guests added. 1 Reggie (Intro) [Album Version (Explicit)] USUM71027719 1:40 2 That’s [cont.]
Method Man and Redman performing at E3 for Def Jam Rapstar? Semi-interesting. Mr. Mef intentionally landing on O.G. HHS reviews editor and front-counter manager Andreas Hale, who shot this video? Priceless.
Here is the new video from Redman for his latest single “Lookin’ Fly.” Video is directed by Dan The Man.
Here is the tribute mixtape to Cypress Hill from Peter Rosenberg. This mixtape has some interludes and remakes of tracks all in tribute to Cypress Hill. Featured on the mixtape are Jim Jones, Yelawolf, N.O.R.E., Styles P, Asher Roth and more. Check out the track list and download below. Track List: 1. Peter Rosenberg Intro [cont.]
Redman talks with VladTV about the new era of rappers, the Young Money impact and how its good for Hip-Hop. Check it out above.
Dr. Greenthumb and Tommy Chong’s first annual Spring Gathering goes down May 8, 2010 @ the NOS Events Center in San Bernadino, CA. The event,a music festival and medical marijuana expo, will feature B-Real, Meth& Red and freestyle legend Supernatural. In addition to performing, B-Real will also serve as host and keynote speaker for the [cont.]
Wu-Massacre wasn’t the first time Def Jam commissioned comic book artists to depict their artists. In the Fall of 1997, these incredible promo posters were sent out, featuring the labels strongest and most iconic members – LL Cool J, Method Man, Foxy Brown, Redman, and EPMD, as super heroes. Click for larger image.
Redman proved his identity on Twitter today by releasing three brand new joints. The first is a freestyle over Jay-Z’s “30 Something”, the second a new track called “Muzik$CarsNHoes” (is that a Calvin Harris beat?), and a bonus freestyle from Ready Roc. Get ‘em. Redman Twitter Leaks (.Zip)
Inspectah Deck Talks About “Got My Mind Up” on Toca Tuesdays from Toca Tuesdays on Vimeo. This is classic hip-hop history right here. An old story, but nice to hear it from Deck himself. In other news, the caller is obsessed with Deck.
Even Red’s viral videos look like they were shot by Hype Williams. In other news, Reggie currently has no street date listed in the UMVD database. Boo.
Abrasive guitar stabs and angry raps propel the latest from D12′s motley fool, loaded with guest appearances. Redman goes last, but Royce takes the crown. From Bizarre’s Friday Night At St. Andrews, in stores May 11th. Bizarre + Redman + Royce Da 5’9 + Kuniva + Seven The General – “Rap’s Finest” (MP3)
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Big Sox, but Redman leaked this new track tonight… Kinda iffy on the quality however…. Who he is he dissing in the second verse? “How you gonna be a Mega Man, you ain’t even got a scar….” Theories are welcome…. Saukrates – “Wednesday” (MP3)
They dropped Reggie 9 & 1/2, now it’ called Redman Presents Reggie…. First single, “Oh My” is available now at Amazon & ITunes. UPDATE: March 30th is the new release date, as confirmed with Def Jam. Amazon.com Widgets
Backpackers read comics and fanboys like classic hip-hop? We can’t imagine anything like that to be true. Kenny Keil’s collection of comic book inspired rap album covers meshes the two into the ultimate nerdgasm. This, we like. Check out “The Great Adventures of Spider-Man”, “Dare Is A DarkSeid”, and more just beyond the link…. – [cont.]
Not sure where this one is coming from, could be the first offering from Kris’s The Teacha & The Student album due this year, but he shows he hasn’t lost it with an abrasive track and his usual mic blistering verses. Gotta love the mic blistering verses. Anyway, Redman shows up to add even more [cont.]
Sure, Michael Jackson’s legacy has been sampled to death, carving out a number of hit records for various artists including Jay-Z (“Izzo”), Kanye West (“Good Life”), Nas (“It Ain’t Hard To Tell”), and tons more. What you may not be aware of however is how many times Michael has tapped these same artists to appear [cont.]
I was waiting for some sexual innuendo to creep in there, but no, he’s serious. – DJ Pizzo
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- Action Bronson “Mr. Wonderful” Cover Art and Tracklist
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- MF Grimm “MF Love Songs” Cover Art + Tracklist
- Lord Hakim – “Brass Knucklez” (feat. Vast Aire & Phizz Ed)
- IAMSU! – “Hella Good” (feat. Tyga)
- DJ Kay Slay – “I Declare War” (feat. Styles P, Sheek Louch, Vado, Raekwon, & Rell)
- Maverick Sabre – “We Don’t Wanna Be” (feat. Joey Bada$$)
- Cannibal Ox – “Blade: Art of Ox” (feat. Artifacts & U-God; prod. Black Milk)
- Asher Roth – “Blow Your Head” (prod. Nottz)