Redman Does His Take On An Old DJ Quik Joint, And It Slaps! (Video)

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Redman’s mentor, Erick Sermon has long been a DJ Quik fan and collaborator. So Reggie Noble nods to David Blake, and borrows his “Pacific Coast Remix” track from 2005 Trauma, and slides so nicely into that Gangsta Funk. It’s cool that Red’ went into the bag and hopped on a deeper, perhaps under-appreciated cut.

With motorbikes, bikinis, and happy-go-luck Funk Doc, the visual “Pacific To Atlantic Coast” holds onto Summer for just a little longer.

Should Quik and Redman do a proper joint together for Muddy Waters 2, or what?

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