Fresh off of his incredible VERZUZ with partner in rhyme and getting high, Method Man, Reggie Noble kicks down the door with “80 Barz.” Apparently, that Muddy Waters 2 album is still coming. When? We don’t know. Hopefully soon because Redman still has savage bars.
It’s hard to believe that it has been five years since Phife Dawg passed away. But his family has been hard at work to complete the follow up to his Ventilation: Da LP album that dropped back in 2000. The video for “Nutshell Pt. 2” features Redman and Busta Rhymes and also has cameos from Q-Tip, Consequence and DJ Rasta Roo.
There are no updates on when the album will drop but this is a good sign that we’re going to get something dope.
It still feels unreal that Phife Dawg is no longer with us. But his legacy will live on and the latest reminder of his incredible ability as an emcee comes with “Nutshell Pt. 2” that features Redman and Busta Rhymes joining Phife over a J Dilla production. It’s a sequel to the last song Phife released.
We hope that you’re still giving Gang Starr’s One of the Best Yet some heavy rotation. But even if you are, hearing Method Man and Redman over DJ Premier production in 2020 on the remix for “Bad Name” is just what you need to get through your day. Turn this up.
Reggie Noble enters 2020 stomping in with an attitude as the emcee known as Redman threatens to “Slap the Shit Outcha” if anybody asks him for something stupid. This cut is from the three-pack of songs that Redman dropped recently. Where’s the album though?
We still have no idea when Muddy Waters Too is arriving, but here’s some new Reggie Noble for your head top with “Trap House.”
Reggie Noble is back at it with yet another new song. “Tear It Up” finds Redman at his trash-talking best as we still wait patiently for Muddy Waters Too.
After dropping the funky “1990 Now” last week, Redman follows with the official video that finds Reggie Noble at a house party where the usual hijinx ensue.
Are y’all ready for Muddy Waters Too? Redman continues to build toward the sequel to one of his best albums with a new cut titled “1990 Now.”
Redman continues rampaging and having us believe that Muddy Waters Too is on its way with the video for “Ya!”