Redman & Erick Sermon Re-Team To Make An Anthem For Deebo Tactics (Video)

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Redman knows what really goes on. The Brick City MC releases a new video, clowning at misfortunes of those who get stuck-up in today’s dog-eat-dog world. “Somebody Got Robbed” is that gutter Reggie Noble, where the song moves and grooves, but still bases itself on Everyman experiences. Even mentioning Nia Long in the lyrics, the record certain applies to the neighborhood Deebo’s poppin’ chains and patting pockets to try to stay up, as seen in Friday.

This video single reunites Red’ and his Def Squad co-hort Erick Sermon, furthering one of Hip-Hop’s longest, most unbroken, and consistent producer/MC relationships.

This is from Redman’s upcoming The Preload album.

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