New York: Redman Promises Fans New "Blackout" Album, "How High" Sequel
Tuesday, Oct 14, 2008 9:41AM
After surprising fans with a joint reunion tour with Method Man, Redman has officially announced plans to follow-up their popular How High and Blackout! projects.
"The Blackout! album [is coming] plus we shootin' How High Part 2, so you know, we we in the midst of sh*t, man," Red promised. "We wanna represent all the smokers. We know ain't nobody came out and represented the smokers in a long time besides us, so we comin' out for y'all." [Watch Below]
He also went on to justify the lack of media attention being due to their well-known extracurricular habits.
"We missed out a lot of jobs and a lot of people f*cking with us big time in Hollywood because we smoke too much...we promote smoke, I don't give a f*ck." Red added. "So I said 'f*ck all that Hollywood money, I'm gonna smoke my ass off.' So you know, all my smokers out there, we coming. We want y'all to support us 'cause we definitely, we definitely represent all the smokers."
No released date has been announced yet for either projects.
As previously reported by SOHH, the iconic rap duo are currently on the road for their "Still High" tour making stops throughout Canada and the United States.
The "Still High" tour is currently scheduled to conclude at the end of November. For a full list of concert dates and to purchase tickets fans can go to ticketmaster.com.
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