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As rap duo EPMD, Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith revolutionized Hip-Hop production with their bass heavy, electro-funk derived beats and helped to usher in an era of stone faced street rap with their monotone deliveries. Yet despite the excellence of their production work and the streetwise gravitas of their delivery, they were far from masterful MCs and were constantly looking for lyrically dexterous protégés to spit over their head-nod inducing beats. In Newark, New Jersey’s Redman they found their most talented and charismatic champion. Though Redman’s early appearances on EPMD tracks were galvanizing, little could have prepared Hip-Hop listeners for the lyrical onslaught of Whut? Thee Album. Though Redman is occasionally dismissed as little more than a lyrical prankster, the raw skill on display on tracks like “Time 4 Sum Akson” and the aptly titled “Blow Your Mind” can hardly be ignored. Most MC’s this gifted would spend the majority of their time bragging about their lyrical abilities, but Redman is always refreshingly modest and turns his unparalleled virtuosity into a host of uproarious punch lines and delightful non sequiturs.

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No one knows how to get the party going quite like Redman. In my book, this is THE hardcore party rap album. Nuthin' but non-stop jams mixxed w/ Redman's trademark vocalin'z. I hate 50 Cent.

Just Genius

This album is awesome. One can listen to this all the way without skipping tracks. The lyrics are crisp and are witty if one takes the time to listen. The content is explicit and rightfully so as it includes discussions about sex and drugs however this is not made the main idea on the album. This is just fun party music. Funk and bone shaking bass lines are present with Erick Sermon's productions. This album might seem a tad outdated with its old school beats however it will not dissapoint. Best album by Redman and highly reccomended.


Born: April 17, 1970 in Newark, NJ

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Never quite a superstar, Redman was nonetheless one of the most off-the-wall, beloved, and enduring rappers of the '90s and 2000s. Born Reginald Noble in Newark, NJ, he made his initial impact on EPMD's 1990 album Business as Usual and stepped out as a solo artist with 1992's Whut? Thee Album, one of the year's best debuts, rap or otherwise. He blended reggae and funk influences with topical commentary and displayed a terse though fluid vocal style that was sometimes satirical, sometimes silly, and...
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