Redman Still Has The Lyrical Dope That’s Got Heads Fiendin’ (Video)

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Whether Redman was paying homage to The Blues Brothers, tormenting his upper class neighbors, or going out to eat with the Def Squad ’79-style, Reggie Noble’s music videos are etched in the minds of many Heads. Five years removed from an album, the Brick City MC has not put out visuals like he did in the ’90s and early 2000s. However, “Dope Man” makes up for lost time.

Fresh off of an amazing 2015 BET Hip Hop Awards cypher and now independent, Funk Doc goes to Los Angeles, California to poke fun at cop movie cliches, ugly mugs, and make it incredibly uncool to be a fiend. This is Red’s take on “Night Of The Living Baseheads,” and it’s musically d-o-p-e:

This is from November 13’s Mudface (not to be confused with Muddy Waters 2). Pre-orders start later this month.

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