Redman Celebrates the '90s Era of Rap With "I Love Hip Hop" Video

HipHop News Posted on June 22, 2018 at 6:46am

Redman Celebrates the '90s Era of Rap With "I Love Hip Hop" Video

DXCLUSIVE: "I'm not afraid to represent that '90s era and taste," said Redman.

Los Angeles, CA – Fans who were expecting to get Muddy Waters Too out of Redman this year is going to have to wait until the first quarter of 2019 to the follow-up to the legendary MC, 1996 of the project.

In the meantime, the Red of the goal is to constantly work the content around your music, and with the help of Riveting Entertainment, he is able to make that happen.

Your "I Love Hip Hop," the music video is the first of many visual effects scheduled to be released and something of a day Redman fans can expect from the New Jersey rhymer during the summer. The goal is to keep the '90 was the sound of Hip Hop fresh and alive. "I Love Hip Hop" unapologetically exudes those qualities.

MY MENTOR ! @icecube is one of the main INGREDIENTS that Redman is Today ! It was a Privelidge Rockn with U OG ! ! @bougeworldwide Shirt was Killn em ! You Will See !

A post shared by the Official Redman IG (@redmangilla) on Apr 22, 2018 at 1:47pm PDT

Speaking with HipHopDX, Redman, explained the sound of Muddy Waters will Also not be compromised, and that it has exercised great patience in the process to ensure this. Red says a song on the project titled "Errbody Move", produced by the equally iconic Erick Sermon and himself as Reggie Noble, cost $8,000 for a clear and a month and a half of paperwork to complete due to example of use.

"I can say to the fans that know, Redman and the quality of my work, you will not be disappointed," he promised. "I am confident in my statement of the reason why I'm not afraid. I am not afraid to represent the '90 era and taste. I'm not afraid to go back to that analog sound and feel, while all the digital world. The '90s fuckin' rule hands down, and you're going to listen to my album the love I have for my time!"

Your video for "I Love Hip Hop" comprises the ideas and go to the Doc taking advantage of his comedic acting skills.

"I was one of the directors on the shoot and it was my idea for the treat

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