Redman - Let’s Go

Posted 9 years ago
Producer:
Buckwild
Album:
Red Gone Wild: Thee Album

If you remember Redman from his Dirrty collabo with Christina Aguilera, forget that ever happened.  Think back to his days with Def Squad. On Let’s Go, a new single that has a beat reminiscent of What’s Golden? by Jurassic 5, Redman entertains with a bulky live sample and pop cultures referencing galore: “The duke is hazardous, Boss Hog number one /Reach out touch someone, not Atlantic belle /Red lost his mind in Africa with Chappelle.”

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Posted 9 years ago
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