25 Years Strong and Redman is Still a Bad, Bad Man (Audio)

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For 25 years, Redman has been one of the most consistent microphone destroyers in the business. Red hit the radar for many with his show-stealing guest verse on EPMD’s 1992 song, “Head Banger,” and Reggie Noble has not looked back since. In 1996, he released his fan-favorite album Muddy Waters, led by the Erick Sermon-produced “Whateva Man,” and nearly two decades later, he is revisiting the album with a Muddy Waters 2 sequel. In addition, he will release a companion album titled Mudface that will be free to all who pre-order Muddy Waters 2.

Now, he’s released a sneak preview of what to expect from Mudface. “Dopeman” is vintage Redman, with clever metaphors, witty punchlines and a dope beat from Rick Rock. If it’s any indication, Mr. Noble is going to close out 2015 with a one-two punch knockout.

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