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Posted by: Dave on February 28, 2007 at 8:59 am

RedmanOn March 27th, Redman will release Red Gone Wild – Thee Album on Def Jam Records. Though he’s released some mix tapes, been featured on other’s tracks and starred in tv shows and films, it’s actually been six years since he dropped his last proper album, 2001’s Malpractice.

Expect guest appearances from Redman’s long-time associates Method Man, Erick Sermon and Keith Murray on the new disc, along with vocal contributions from Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg and Biz Markie. As for production, he’s got a pretty top-shelf roster of beatmakers, including Erick Sermon, Rockwilder, Scott Storch and Timbaland, who’s responsible for the hard-bangin’ beat on the first single “Put It Down.” It’s a pretty simple and basic track, but it’s undoubtedly an anthem.



One Response to “First Redman Album in Six Years”

  1. Evorgleb Says:

    I always try to get the hottest new videos up so we just posted the new Redman video over at Highbrid Nation but I might take it back down. I’m a little disappoited. Anyway else remember the raw gutter music he used to make back in the early 90s? Now thats what I’d like to hear some more of.

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