Best Redman Songs of All Time List!

Best Redman Songs of All Time List! #25-21

#25. Blow Your Mind – “AHHHH!! Look out, it’s the Funkadelic Funk for chumps. Who don’t be knowin’ my name, I tear the frame out ya punks. I make ya slide, make ya slip, make ya wanna backflip. I get biz with the skit, I DJ like Quik. The top notch of the block, ’cause I carry a Glock. Holy hot rocks, I’m hot, so give up the props. My style is HUMMIN CUMMIN ATCHA, duck or get backed up.”…

#24. Bars – “Bravehearted, I’m Nas in ’94. You could say I’m your favorite rapper’s favorite. I’m like Penny on the floor wasted. Pump your brakes, divorce me if you can’t relate. I get brain when I text, I’m typin’ LOL. Chick on her knees like SMH. Get it? Too slow, listen faster cause my time’s a factor. You freestylin’ dnd I ain’t asked ya.”…

#23. Method Man & Redman – Run 4 Cover ft. Ghostface Killah & Streetlife – “When it comes to the darts, I throw em. Flamethrower, blow your section-eight home to your payphone up. Grass smoker, in the cut for the lawnmower. I water, I ride the wale that ate Jonah. Over, your faced wit the black cape over. You woke up four gorillas wit a makeover. Packin a punch, asthma pump takeover. My crew boards, and the whole plane lays over.”…

#22. Do What Ya Feel ft. Method Man – “Styles stay deeper than orca, I float the seven seas with ease. Did more drugs than pharmacies. So call me that lyrical Genovese, you can’t compare. Get you steppin like stairs, frats, sororities. Don’t make me bring it on back I f**k up the majority. Of ni**as lookin hard at me, I Port ’em like Authority.”…

#21. How to Roll a Blunt – “Check out a new type of gimmick which is splendid. Since you’re down with other sh*t, let’s see if you’re down with this. It’s about strictly trying to roll a blunt. When you get the hang of it, you’ll carry more blunts than Archie Bunk’.”…

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#20. Method Man & Redman – Blackout – “Hit the high school and 187 Caesar. When I bust y’all need to back four acres. Doc y’all and that’s my man Jabberjaw. The sh*tlist ready, who next to scratch off? I’m from the underground, my sound lift Platform shoes to b**ches, 400 pounds.”…

#19. Pick It Up (Skit) – “Ni**as be like “Ahh he changed his style up”. Shut the f**k up, ya still a dick-ridah. It’s nine-six so get wit’ it. Peep that back-in-the-day sh*t when that other Squad was Hit-tin. Listen, must we forget, I originated. All that wild sh*t, that rrraahh rrraaoowww sh*t. That jump up and ready to f**k sh*t up now sh*t. Brick City!! Is where I get down kid. Peace to all my buddah smokers on Prince. F*ck what ya heard, Brick City runs sh*t.”…

#18. Rated “R” – “So put your money where your mouth is. Watch Redman house sh*t. And if it’s beef, I’ll punch you in your mouth, kid (‘Damn!’). I got a heart but my heart is made out of nails. Word to Jamelle, my heart pumps nails in my blood rail.”…

#17. Method Man & Redman ft. LL Cool J & Ja Rule – 4 Seasons – “I’m constant, on that paper chase. Blow zip codes from bricks to 8-1-8. Doc serve til you lickin’ the plate. Battle royal, in the ring smoking like Doc out of oil.”…

#16. Method Man & Redman – Y.O.U. – “I figured it out: y’all ni**as ain’t as big as your mouth. My street value – well it won’t even fit in your couch. When I bust titties come out, no matter what city. Hardcore committee’s dumb the f**k out — son should duck out! Yo, nuttin to lose, pumpin the two up in your goose. Buckle your shoes, scuffle my boots, f**kin witchu.”…

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#15. Method Man & Redman – Cereal Killer – “I talk like I walk with a f**ked up pivot. Ni**as scream out, it’s just us b**ches. Don’t shoot, out the phone booth. I aim at your party, hit the wrong group. Happy birth… oooh, ooh ooh ooh. Ni**as done snapped, runnin’ hunchback. Ducking brick walls get thumbtacked. So run laps,’fore I body you.”…

#14. Can’t Wait (Extended Version) – “I’m like rah rah, like I had cerebral palsy. My flows be’s wet like all you girls’ drawers be. Crack the Phills, spread the buddha then the hiddash. Roll it up and then ask, who chipped in for the ten bag?”…

#13. Off the Wall ft. Eminem – “I’m “What’s Happening,” with no re-run. Doc. Rob De Niro when the Heat come. My barrel hang out the Camaro. Aimed at the nose of them hoes, it’s hard to breathe from. Flash the gat, your town, bogarting. Your wallet, your chain the main target. Beef is like cold engine: don’t start it. Bust in the air and hit a airplane pilot. We clowned you, rap surround sounds around you. From ten speed and brown shoe. Doc and Eminem, cock the M&M. Blood flows with 2Pacalypse and them.”…

#12. Case Closed ft. Crossbreed – “Amazing grace how sweet the sound is of the fo’ pound. To blast all these sound men that got the po’ sound. Yippee-ki-yay, motherf**kers here’s the show down. But since we’re broke now with dope sounds now here we go now. Check the motion while I be puffin the potent.”…

#11. Method Man & Redman – A-YO – “I be like yiggy, yes y’all, Doctor on call.
I’ll rock ’til my name in graffiti on the wall. Got flow like the rapids in Great George. Got weed? I got blunts, My name Jamal. I pause, flick the ash from my L. I Pause like Run and Jason Mizell. The emcee is me, host for the night. Papa Doc, only thing I don’t choke on the mic.”…

Best Redman Songs of All Time List! #10-06

#10. Method Man & Redman – Cheka “Riggidy-raow! Steppin out the crowd throwin bolos. Fliggidy-flame on! Twin chrome fo’-fo’s. Loadin it up, cocking it back, ready to splash for real. Spit flows out the gill, God tried to build. It’s hectic, 45-6 gimme a grip. That’s more dollars in them thongs than them go-go chicks. Bitch I’m drunk, pumpin slugs out of cannon. Shut ya after-party down when Meth and Red in. Check it, Bricks and Shaolin, NO JOKE!”…

#09. Let’s Get Dirty (I Can’t Get In da Club) – “Yo.. yo, gimme some room I’m throwing elbows. Timberland boots, Air Force and shell-toes, who the fuck is them? If I gotta pay to get in the club. I’mma go pop the trunk and turn the street volume up to ten. I ain’t on the guest list, I ain’t V.I.P. I snuck in the exit, learned to D-I-P. My dress code is all black when I’m making the moves. Similar to the new Playstation 2. I can’t help it if the club only packing a G, And the fire marshal wanna shut it down in 3. And you balling ass niggas, whose dressed to kill. For the hoes showing the toes with extra heels (man!).”…

#08. Method Man & Redman – Da Rockwilder – “Now my neighbor doped up. Got the cable hooked up, all channels. Lift my shirt all mammal. You ship off keys and we ship Grand Pianos.”…

#07. Method Man & Redman – Part II – “You can call on the man when the party is borin’. I’ll have these hoes strippin’ till it’s part of the mornin’. I love a fat chick with a body enormous. It ain’t about the weight, yo, it’s how they performin’.”…

#06. Whateva Man ft. Erick Sermon – “Yo, I’m smokin herbals ’til it hurts you. I keep your daughter way out past her curfew, hard far from commercial. (So what cha mean nigga) We don’t give a fuck when we smoked out. In the land that’s doped out (It’s like that?) no doubt. From this bomb weed, I cop from the streets. Get you open like buttcheeks, from girls who be freaks.”…

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#05. Da Goodness ft. Busta Rhymes – “Yo, bless the steel, step out dressed to kill. Spark the L, “Whattup Doc?” What the deal? Clock the squeal, the MC overkill. Certified cylinders 35 mil’. Jumpin out planes, Doc’s Da Name. Cock the flame, back to relieve the pain.”…

#04. Rock Da Spot – “Damn, I’m the, bomb, ringing off all types alarms. My palms, be swift with the pen like Lynn Swann’s. Aggravated assault, against an MC. Beat him down with the mic and all types of pedigrees. It’s mad real in the Bricks, plus I roll thick. You can quote this, I’m the Moby Dick of dopeness.”…

#03. Tonight’s da Night – “Mic check, I walk around the streets with a black Tec-9. By the waistline, kickin’ the hype shit. I never claim to be the best type of rapper. But have to, show them motherfuckers what I’m after. I’m after the gold, then after that, the platinum. Beef after that, Hurricane G packs the gat, son.Trigger, bang, bang, yo bust the slang, whut my name? It’s the Redman on the funk train. Psyche, you’re motherfuckin’ right, tonight’s the night.”…

#02. Method Man & Redman –  How High (Remix) – “While the planets and the stars and the moons collapse. When I raise my trigger finger all y’all niggas hit the deck. ‘Cause ain’t no need for that, hustlers and hardcore. Raw to the floor, raw like Reservoir Dogs. The Green-Eyed Bandit can’t stand it. With more Fruitier Loops then that Toucan Sam bitch.”…

#01. Time for Sum Akision – “Lights, camera, cock back the hammer (EXPLOSION!). Straight from the Land of the Lost. I’mma hit you with the funk force. That make you run your rap style back to the crack aisle, brotha. Then strike a pose like Madonna. My mom’s kicked me out because I did what I want to. The original P-Funk, chump, dump a trunk of funk. In your skull caps ’cause my jaw snaps with the raw rap. So color me bad, plus color me black. For the funk that I pack, Red freak it to the funk track.”…

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XXXTENTACION “17” Album Review

#01. The Explanation- N/A – The audio for this track is super low, so I have clue what X said at the beginning here… I’ll say this though, going into this project I’m very unfamiliar with XXXTENTACION’s music… I’m mainly familiar with the “antics” he pulls more so than the actual music he makes, so I don’t know what to expect here… 

#02. Jocelyn Flores – 7.5 – A strong opener for the album! The track only lasts for 2 minutes, but the songs chorus is very hypnotic. Plus who knew XXXTENTACION could actually rap? He’s already distinguished himself from 90% of the new rappers out here on the scene… I’m quitely optimistic at this point…

#03. Depression & Obsession – 7.0 – Definitely not a “rap song”! This track has more in common with an “alt rock” song then it does with a “hip hop” song… This seems like an interlude of sorts, but since all of these songs are around 2 minutes long it is impossible to tell the difference…

#04. Everybody Dies in Their Nightmares – 8.0 – The shortest song thus far also just happens to be the best! X maximize’s the time he’s  given himself, to create a song that is both “catchy” and also has a lot of substance. XXXTENTACION isn’t following a particular rap formula with this album… He’s been very unpredictable so far, and it’s got me wanting more… This is a good thing…

#05. Revenge – 6.0 – Once again not a rap song! His singing is pretty decent in this song, but you would expect a song titled “Revenge” to more up tempo… The guitar is starting to put me to sleep...

#06. Save Me – 6.5 – This is an improvement over the last song… No rapping to be found on this track either… So far this album seems to be a hybrid album that consists of at least 3 different genres of music. This isn’t a “deal breaker” for me personally, but I can envision a big percentage of the rap/hip hop community being “turned off” by X’s music because it is very different by design…

#07. Dead Inside (Interlude) – 7.0 – I can’t tell you why I enjoyed this interlude as much as I did… Maybe it was the piano playing in the background… XXXTENTACION is mumbling something throughout this song, but I don’t think that’s the reason why I enjoyed this interlude per se… Yeah IDK, it’s a mystery…

#08. Fuck Love ft. Trippie Redd – 8.5 – I would say that this is my favorite song on the entire album! This song is just one of those “catchy” songs that will be stuck in your head for days after you hear it… Is it a “rap song”? No probably not, but should that deter someone from liking this record?.. No absolutely not…

#09. Carry On – 7.5 – This is the first song in a long time where XXXTENTACION is actually rhyming on it… and I have to say that when X is actually rapping on a song, it’s kind of good… so I really don’t think he’s using these other music genres to “mask” any rapping deficiencies he might have because I currently don’t see any to speak of…

#10. Orlando – 7.0 – The phrasse I would use to describe this song, and the entire album for that matter is “weird, but in a good way”… 

#11. Ayala (Outro) – 7.0 – An album that lasted roughly 20 minutes… Normally I would say that this a bad attribution for an album to have, but I think I’ll make an exception for this album… This project delivered in ways I wasn’t expecting. The length is just a formality IMO…

Final Score: 7.5/10 – In a year where the majority of the rap/hip hop albums have under delivered, XXXTENTACION’s debut album “17” must be applauded for exceeding expectations and delivering something that is better then just simply average. It took me several listens to fully appreciate this project for what it is… and the thing that it “is”, is kind of a mysterious in itself… If you’re a rap fan who is looking for something new and original, this album might be what your looking for as long as you can get past the “genre bending”, and overall short length…


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Meek Mill “Wins & Losses” Album Review

1. Wins & Losses – 7/10 – Meek Mill has certain “formula” in which he starts all of his albums off with. The formula pretty much consists of “yelling” followed massive amounts of “energy” being expended trying to quite the “haters”… This formula worked out really well with Meek’s debut album “Dreams and Nightmares”, but in 2017 Meek’s “weapon of choice” is getting very “dull” quickly…

2. Heavy Heart – 7/10 – A  “good” song. I probably won’t go back to listen to this song after i’m done listening to this album, but it does it’s job by keeping me entertained for the time being…

3. Fuck That Check Up ft. Lil Uzi Vert – 7/10 – This song is probably my favorite track of the entire album. The subject matter is just “ehhh”, but the instrumental is subtly dope AF! It kinda reminds me of more subtle version of that P.E. instrumental on the song “Terminator X to the Edge of Panic”… Oh wait i’m speaking to a “Meek Mill audience” right now… Y’all probably think that “P.E.” was that class you took during 4th period… Moving on…

4. Whatever You Need ft. Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign – 5/10 – This is the first real “misstep” of the album IMO… One trend of today’s music that I really don’t understand is why is it now “popular” to have two male singers on the same track? I started noticing this around the time “The Life of Pablo” was released last year, and the trend has continued. Do these rappers really want to pay twice the amount of money so these singers can do half their normal work? Also who wants to hear two grown men synchronize their voices together any way. That sh*t was cool in the 70’s, but not today…

5. 1942 Flows – 6/10 – “1942” is the tequila that Meek drinks apparently… It makes sense that he was “on one” when he made this record though because the “hook” on song is f#cking terrible! Meek should not be “singing” hooks under any circumstance whatsoever! The “raps” on this song are solid, but i just had a really hard time getting past that awful “hook”…

6. Issues – 5.5/10 – I’m starting to have as many “Issues” with this album, as Meek Mill has in his personal life, and that’s a lot…

7. We Ball ft. Young Thug – 5.5/10 – I feel like my ears are experiencing some very uninspired bullsh*t right now! This album is getting more forgettable by the song… “Selling dog food tryna feed my pups. Young rich n*gga and i’m built Ford tough” These lyrics like these aren’t going to cut it for me…

8. There Scars ft. Future & Guordan Banks – 6/10 – A decent chorus from Guordan Banks. Not a bad song, but at this point of the album i’m expecting something more “memorable” then this…

9. Connect the Dots ft. Yo Gotti & Rick Ross – 7.5/10 – Easily the best song thus far! A ton of quotable lines in this song!… “Homie said he a blood, we gon’ paint that shit on dog”, and “What type of boss is you, you gave your dawg a draco (draco, draco)
Real bosses put their dawgs on the payroll (payroll, payroll)”
are same of the best barz of the entire album…

10. Fall Thru – 3/10 – This song is just on whole nother level of terrible!… “Fucking on you good got you bustin’ like you Rambo. If you keep it hood so you really understand though. You was there through my ups and downs like a camel”. There’s no way anyone could defend this…

11. Never Lose ft. Lihtz Kamraz – 6.5/10 – Not terrible… At this point ill take a “not terrible” song. “Wins and Losses” is the perfect title for this album because there plenty of both on this album…

12. Glow Up – 5.5/10 – So let me get this straight… Drake releases a song titled “Glow” this year, and now a few months latter you release a song titled “Glow Up”? Maybe its just a coincidence… Oh wait its not! How do I know this? Meek uses a freaking “Drake flow” in this song!… “Top boy, that my bro, bro. Old school, that my woah, woah. She fuck me on the low, low. Got her on strings, yoyo. She post up for MCM and we like, “That nigga Jojo”. When we out and we see him he always ask for photos…”. This is one of my “biggest problems” with the Meek Mill of the last two years! He lacks “sonic” consistency!… If you “hate” Drake so much quit making music that sounds like Drake is you biggest musically inspiration!… This is all very frustrating to say the least…

13. Young Black America ft. The-Dream – 7/10 – The “Jay-Z” instrumental on this track was cool to hear. It brought me back a bit since I hadn’t listened to that particular Jigga record for a few years now. It’s probably not a good sign that I would rather be listening to an “old Jay-Z” song rather than this “new Meek Mill” song right about now… The song is solid, but not much beyond that…

14. Open ft. Verse Simmonds – 5/10 – “I’m gonna write my name on my tongue, tongue, tongue all over your body, yeah I know what you want. Keeps them legs up in the air…” This song is really like a “2”, but i’m feeling generous today. Also why is it “cool” to eat pussy nowadays? If you said that sh*t in the 90’s your rap career would be over real quick…

15. Ball Player ft. Quavo – 5.5/10 – I remember one instance in my childhood where i flew over the handle bars of my bicycle while I was riding it and hit my head on the concrete… Fortunately for myself I was wearing a bicycle helmet and avoided any serious brain injuries, but in another reality/dimension I truly believe that there is another “me” currently living who was far less fortunate that day… Brain damage is no laughing matter! This is why i’m glad that there are artists like the Migos who cater their music to people who are mentally handicapped and less fortunate then us. Personally I (the person in this universe) don’t care for this song too much, but another me in different timeline might f#ck with song heavy. You just never know…

16. Made It From Nothing ft. Teyana Taylor & Rick Ross – 7.5/10 – Thank God for Teyana Taylor! At this point of the album I was really starting to question my own sanity. Out of the last 12 songs I had only given two songs a grade of 7 or higher. This song might be the most “memorable” track on this entire album, and it has very little to do with Meek Mill. The vocal performance that Teyana gives is one of her very best IMO. Easily her best song since Vince Staples 2014 song “Limos”. “Meek Mill featuring Rick Ross” is something I might of been interested hearing back in 2012-14, but nowadays I have virtually no interest in listening to that sh*t.

17. Price – 7/10 – A solid track to end the album with. Meek wants us all to know that bosses have feelings too! The subject matter on this album was very limited for the most part. I’m happy that he’s finally moving away from talking about his beefs with Drake and Nicki, but he didn’t really bring anything new and interesting to the table with this album. He’s back to talking about the same stuff he was talking about 5 years ago, and its just not that compelling to listen to in 2017. He’s had personally growth over that time period, but it’s been marginal growth at best…

 

Overall score: 5.5/10 – This is not Meek Mill’s best album… It’s probably his worst IMO. There are plenty of things that are holding this album back from being “great”. The lack of songs with a score of “8” or better is a real problem for me. I could be more forgiving of this album’s inconsistency’s if there was just more great music on this album, but there isn’t. I was pleasantly surprised and encouraged last year when I heard “DC 4” for the first time. To me that album/mixtape was levels above this project as far as quality and originality is concerned. To me “Wins and Loses” is a loss for Meek Mill. Meek Mill “Stans” might be claiming that this project is “fire”, but for me it sounds more like “scorched earth”…


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Jay-Z 4:44 Album Review…

  1. Kill Jay-Z – 8/10 Ill start off by saying that I think there is a lot of symbolism throughout this entire album, but no more so than on this track in particular. Most people will focus on the “Kanye diss” on this song instead of narrowing in on the bigger picture. I truly believe that the message Jay-Z is trying to get across is that he no longer has the “desire” to be the Jay-Z rap caricature anymore (a.k.a- this is probably his last album). He associates being “Jay-Z” with the infidelity committed on wife, and he understands that the same “persona” that helped him make all of his wealth will be the same “persona” that may one day be responsible for destroying the life it helped build. The bullshit is now over, and this is represented throughout this entire project because this isn’t so much a “Jay-Z album”, as it is a “Sean Carter album” first and foremost…
  2. The Story of O.J. – 7.5/10 – Another important message is contained in this song that i don’t think the “average rap” fan will “get” on the first listen . Jay-Z is essentially saying that no matter how much money you obtain in your life time, you will still be just a “n*gga” unless you change your ignorant mindset set (knowledge = wealth, basically). Being a “rich n*gga” is like being the “tallest midget” a reference that Jay uses in another track on this album, but i feel still pertains here as well… The Piano keys add a nice level “sophistication/elegance’s” to a not very sophisticated/elegant subject matter…
  3. Smile – 6.5/10 – Didn’t Logic rap over this same beat in his last project? I believe that No I.D. Produced both albums so I guess it makes sense… Oh yeah and Jay-Z’s mom is now a lesbian… I thought y’all should know that…
  4. Caught Their Eyes – 7/10 – One of the most “catchy” sounding tracks on this project. I believe this sample was once used in a Kanye song before (“Champion” is the song i believe). The sample is a lot more “chopped and screwed”, so it’s hard to be completely sure… Oh yeah, Frank Ocean is on this one as well. It’s a pretty “standard” performance from both gentlemen here…
  5. 4:44 – 8.5/10 – For fans of Jay-Z, this song is basically “Song Cry” part 2. Jay-Z regretted cheating on his last women (the person he was referring to in “Song Cry”), but this time around you can see a real “maturity” in Jay-Z’s mental thought process. He references going to a therapist at one point in this album, and that information is  no more pertinent then in this track. Jay-Z is no longer the person he once was, and in this instance that isn’t a bad thing…
  6. Family Feud – 7.5/10 – “What’s better than one billionaire? Two”… Yet another “therapeutic” track from Jigga on this project. Beyonce is featured on this track for obvious reasons… To me the cheerful instrumental “steals the show” on this one. No I.D. was on his absolute grizzly for this entire album…
  7. Bam – 8/10 – A rap song featuring Damian Marley, where have I seen that before? Anyway’s… This is my favorite song on the entire album! If you don’t bump this song on max volume in your whip, you really missing out bruh…
  8. Moonlight- 8/10Shots fired! The weak rap written for 13 year old’s is put under a microscope by Hova on this track. Also did Jay-Z just “bite” Nas on back to back tracks? For people who are unfamiliar with the situation, Nas and Dj Khaled put out a song earlier this year titled “Album Done” in which the use the same exact Fugees sample used here. I don’t think that’s a coincidence. The competition is still real yo…
  9. Marcy Me – 7.5/10People are going to overlook this song, but please don’t. Wordplay is off the charts here, and the instrumental… Crazy… Shout out to the Marcy projects, I salute y’all for raising an absolute legend in the game…
  10. Legacy – 7/10 – “Your seed, married his seed, married my seed”… Jay-Z quoting Wu-Tang Clan… Am I dreaming right now?…

 

Final Thoughts: One of the most cohesive hip hop albums you will  listen to all year! Jay-Z stepped up to the plate at age 47, and hit a proverbial home run with this project! In an era where “uninspired” sounding rap has become the norm, Jay-Z reminds us all that it’s okay to make a densely layered rap album in 2017. I do think this will be the final Jay-Z project we ever get (the final track is called “legacy”, that’s a pretty big hint), but never say “never” when it comes to Jay-Z. IMO This is the best hip hop album put out this year, and probably the best album i have personally listened sense the A Tribe Called Quest “We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service” came out at the end of last year …

Overall Score 8/10

 


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