Redman Raps From Under A Bridge, Rhyming To The Shaft Soundtrack (Video)

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Redman visuals are always something truly unique. Brick City’s finest is forever a cohesive balance of humor, arrogance, humility, and funk to make fans relate for over 22 years. The Rap peer of M.C. Hammer (considering their careers greatly overlap in eras) makes his own “Hammertime.” Simple and straightforward, Reggie Noble kicks some truly aggressive, non-stop raps under a bridge over a simple beat that essentially loops Isaac Hayes’ famed Shaft theme.

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