Posts Tagged ‘ redman ’

Smu’s Club Ish #2: Tyrese Gibson Featuring Redman & Ludacris – Too Easy [Smu Mix]

Here’s another one for all the dance floor murderers,club junkies,sexy ladies and…you know the deal.ha

This is my mix of Tyrese latest single -yes he still does make music – that he released at the end of August.

Reggie Noble and Luda join with Tyrese to speak on why they can make things they do look “too Easy”.

Download: Tyrese Featuring Redman & Ludacris – Too Easy [Smu Mix]

DJ Premier – Live From Headqcourterz (25th February 2011)

Live From Headqcourterz! Straight outta Hip Hop City New York.



1.  Venom (f. Blaq Poet)–Vigilantes (DJ Premier Remix)
2.  Maticulous (f. Ruste Juxx, RA the Rugged Man, Roc from Heltah Skeltah)–Body The Beat
3.  Slaughterhouse–Sun Doobie
4.  Malcolm And Martin–Welcome To The Movement
5.  Hard White–How We Do It
6.  El Gant (f. J57, Tek of Smif n Wessun)–Problems
7.  Nas–Be Right
8.  Rasheed Campbell (f. DJ Scratch)–What I’m Here For
9.  Redman (f. Ready Roc, Melanie Rutherford)–Cheerz
10.  Naughty By Nature (f. Tah G Ali)–Hood Shit
11.  Emilio Lopez–Way Past 8
12.  Bumpy Knuckles & Statik Selektah–Blast Yourself
13.  Showbiz & Krs-One–This Flow
14.  Nutso (f. Panchi of NYGz, Torae, Punchlyne)–Street Corner
15.  Beneficence (f. The Legion)–Aim, Fire, Spit
16.  Malcolm And Martin–Hustle
17.  Just-Ice & Krs-One–Blah ! Blah ! Blah !
18.  Just-Ice & Krs-One–Freestyle
19.  Just-Ice & Krs-One–There It Is
20.  Just-Ice & Krs-One–Memories
21.  Just-Ice–Cold Gettin Dumb
22.  Just-Ice–Freedom Of Speech
23.  Just-Ice–Gong Way Back
24.  Just-Ice–Latoya
25.  Just-Ice (f. Big Daddy Kane)–The Immortal

Download via Live From Headqcourterz Blog

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Redman speaking on Def Jam

Does the headline remind you of something? You’re not wrong because it wasn’t even a month ago when Nas posted his “polite” E-Mail to the Def Jam Executives about his “Lost Tapes 2” Project.

Now Redman speaks on the current state of Def Jam but not as harsh as Mr.Jones or Shyne did.

“Well [now], Def Jam are not leaders. They’re not leaders plain and simple, because it’s changed. They’re not leaders like they used to be. In the ’90′s they were leaders. They were the label that you considered the mechanics of hip-hop; they’re under the car. They were the ones under the car getting greasy, getting dirty, fixing that muffler that drags when everybody loved that sh*t and was following it. Now they’re playing the follower. They’re followers; they’re not building artists no more like they should. And that’s just the game. It’s not they fault. We got into the Internet world and sh*t is moving fast and came so fast and came so quick that labels couldn’t exist, but still they got the money and they’re a company. They’re supposed to adjust. I think they need to get that going. Being a label, being on top.Yeah they have to play catch up. They have to catch up now. The way the labels were ran back then in the ’90′s. We had tapes and even from studio equipment a lot of people weren’t prepared for that, like getting rid of their 24 track reel tapes. So yes, it came up quick on a lot of labels with this viral [thing] and [now] you’re able to do songs in the comforts of your own home. They shutting studios down, you can get known through Facebook or whatever. You don’t have to wait for a label to put you out now, so yes I think the labels are shut down a little bit and sizing down a lot.”

Hmm i’m not even surprised about it since they haven’t even made the effort in promoting his upcomming Album “Reggie” which drops this comming Tuesday (December 7th).You didn’t know? Blame Def Jam and their shitty promo team

All i can say is Def Jam Syndrome and dear Def Jam execs: Get your shit straight!

Spotted at Karen Civil’s Place

Method Man & Redman speakin on the Nas & Kelis Situation

Method Man & Redman sat down with and spoke on the recent court decision on the Nas and Kelis situation.

Note: I’m a big Nas Fan myself by the way but i ain’t gonna speak on the situation … Keep Ya Head Up Nas!