Ever See This Classic Redman & Keith Murray Freestyle From the Mid-90s? (Video)

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Back in the mid-90s, few crews were more formidable than Def Squad. The collective featured the fierce MC skills of Erick Sermon, Redman and Keith Murray and Sermon’s signature thumping beats. After releasing solo albums in Murray’s The Most Beautifullest Thing in the World, Sermon’s Double or Nothing and Red’s Muddy Waters between 1994 and 1996, the three would link for their beloved joint album El Nino in 1998.

Here’s a video of Redman and Murray flexing their fearsome skills for The Underground Mixx, a Hip-Hop video magazine show from that vintage 90s era. Check it out.

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