No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Redman = Peter Pan


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No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Redman = Peter Pan

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the last ‘freestyles’ been rockin. red sounds hungry again. lookin forward.

Comment by swordfish 05.09.14 @

What Redman have you been listening to for the past decade?Last time I remember red sounding hungry was on the first Blackout he was never the same after that. To be fair I haven’t checked out his new tracks your talking about though.

Comment by Ben 05.09.14 @

Redman ant never lost a step Fuck outta here!!!

Dude on his deed like always not sure what cats been checking…

Comment by DialTone 05.09.14 @

@DialTone I’ll give you that I guess he can still rap good when he wants to but the last time I heard him prior to that was Blackout 2 which was hot garbage.

Comment by Ben 05.09.14 @

gtfoh part2!

Comment by swordfish 05.10.14 @

^ Ben

BO2 = garbage? go back and re-evaluate. red and meth went in but the masses slept

Comment by hotbox 05.10.14 @

@hotbox to each his own but ever since that how high movie red got to goofy and stopped sounding hungry cause in his prime from 1990 to 2000 he was top 5 easy.

Comment by Ben 05.10.14 @

red still nice…

Comment by $amhill 05.11.14 @

Ben pretty much on point. Redman was dope (and seemed hungry) 1990-2000. After that he was pretty hit or miss, mostly miss. And this coming from a big Redman fan. His sound changed for the worse. Sad, but true. Of course I’ll checkout the new album, but I’m not expecting much and that too is sad. It is what it is…

Comment by Wicked 05.12.14 @

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. Redman is one of the most underappreciated, underacknowledged and underrated MC’s of his era. Dude racked up gold and platinum albums with little to no radio play and did him in the process. To me, dude started mailing it in a little with that Blackout 2, which for anyone else would have been a banger but following that first Blackout, it sounded kinda lazy. That Reggie album…it wasn’t totally wack but for him, it was extremely substandard. Dude seems to be pickin’ it back up and judging by those Hammertime and Dunfiato freestyles, Red has returned to form with a vengeance. Red is still that dude, point blank…

Comment by oskamadison 05.13.14 @

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