The Funk Doctor gives his fans this grimy black and white music video for his latest track, "N***a Whut. What I love about Redman is that he has never been one to rely on gimmicks- this video is just Redman dropping classic bars on the block. Fans have a lot to look forward to, as Redman has confirmed that the follow up to his classic album, Muddy Waters, is near completion. If that wasn't enough, there have also been talks of a Red & Meth Black out 3! project in the works. While you anxiously wait for these projetcts to drop, take in Red's latest video, "N**** Whut," you won't be disappointed.
On Friday, March 28, 2014 legendary hip-hop artist Redman will be performing live at Rockpile East in Toronto. This will be Redman's first show in Toronto since he shared the stage with Method Man in 2013 during their "How High" tour. It has been nearly two decades since Redman's Muddy Waters release and with the upcoming release of his Muddy Waters 2 mixtape we definitely think this is one show you don't want to miss. Check out the full event details below!
Big Soxx's The Underground Tapes is easily my favourite Toronto rap album ever. Considering that was dropped in '99, it's about time Saukrates released another record. Don't get me wrong, he's been busy producing classics and steadily giving us verses in between LP's. Drop it Down is the first official track from the new album Saukrates: Season One. As a bonus, check out the track Na Na Na ft. O.B Brien, Michelle Nyce, & Andreena Mill. [audio:https://thecomeupshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Saukrates-Drop-It-Down-ft.-Redman.mp3|titles=Saukrates - Drop It Down ft. Redman] DL: Saukrates - Drop it Down ft. Redman [audio:https://thecomeupshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Saukrates-Na-Na-Na.mp3|titles=Saukrates - Na Na Na] DL: Saukrates - Na Na Na ft. O.B Brien, Michelle Nyce, & Andreena Mill
Our first interview with Raekwon was right before the release of Only Built for Cuban Linx II, this time around we caught up just in time for the brand new album Shaolin vs. Wu-tang. Raekwon discusses the concept of the album, and he also shares the moment when he realized Hip-Hop was his calling. 18 years later, Raekwon also shares the secret to his success of being a relevant artist, while his favourites "couldn't do 18 pieces of chicken". Make SURE to also check out the photo gallery of Raekwon during the listening session.