Mr. Cream, Redman & Mr. Green Collaborate For ‘Hip Hop 2020’
There’s no argument that Redman is a bonafide hip-hop legend, one who likely merits a greater number of flowers than he will in general get. Flaunting an unimaginable discography in his possession, Reggie Noble is set to prop the cycle up with Muddy Waters 2.
However, he still can’t seem to completely focus on a delivery date. While we wait, Redman has teamed up with producer Mr. Green and long-lasting collaborator Mr. Cream.
LA scholar of a past time, Reggie Noble’s has never been one to underestimate his journey, considering his situation with a certain air. “Grab my guns, mask, foot on the gas / trash rappers, they get thrown in glad bags,” he spits. “I’m ready for war, even Demi give me more / I like De La and Tribe, I’m on a world tour.”
But like a large number of his friends have voiced before him, Redman has his musings about the present status of the game. Pausing for a minute to address Nas’ well-known hip-hop eulogy in 2006, Redman offers an addendum: “hip-hop wasn’t dead, it just took a wrong turn.”
Look at the track now, and give some adoration to Reggie Noble, Mr. Green, and Mr. Cream beneath.
Grab my guns, mask, foot on the gas
Trash rappers, they get thrown in glad bags
I’m ready for war, even Demi give me more
I like De La and Tribe, I’m on a world tour