News: Redman Unrolls Star-Studded "Reggie" Reservations
Tuesday, Nov 16, 2010 8:45PM
The tracklisting to Redman's upcoming Reggie solo album has leaked online and shows guest appearances from Faith Evans, Method Man, Bun B and more.
Red also pays homage to the old school by recruiting rap legend Kool Moe Dee for the LP.
1. Reggie (Intro) 2. That's Where I B feat. DJ Kool 3. Def Jammable 4. Full Nelson feat. Ready Roc, Runt Dawg & Saukrates 5. Lift It Up 6. All I Do feat. Faith Evans 7. Lemme Get 2 feat. Saukrates 8. Mic, Lights, Camera, Action 9. Cheerz feat. Ready Roc & Melanie Rutherford 10. Rockin' Wit Da Best feat. Kool Moe Dee 11. Lite 1 Witcha Boi feat. Method Man & Bun B 12. When The Lites Go Off feat. Poo Bear 13. Tiger Style Crane (Reggie)
Last year, Red said he was not scared to inject auto-tune into the album.
"I got it on my new album -- I don't care," said in an interview about auto-tune. "Reggie Noble is doing the album, not Redman. Let's get that clear. Reggie Noble don't give a f*ck! He wanna do auto-tune. He wants to do a pop record. He just wants to do music because he loves music. What's the difference between Reggie Noble and Redman is that this Reggie Noble album is more conceptual. It got concepts on it, it got auto-tune on it, it got a pop record on it. I had fun on it. I'm just throwing it out, giving it to Def Jam." (Rap-Up)
Outside of the new album, Red is also preparing additional new releases.
"The Black Out 3 is coming, Muddy Waters Part 2 is coming and How High Part 2 is coming. But remember, Universal owns the motherf**king rights to How High. They own the names, they own the characters, they own the whole f**king s**t. If Red and Meth do a movie, we might can't call it How High. Only person that can get us out of that is Keenan Ivory Wayans." (All Hip Hop)
In a recent interview, Red talked about the insignificance of record sales.
"You gotta understand, we're doing a movement," Red said in an interview. "It's not just about record sales. F*ck how many motherf*ckers got the biggest sales and all that. That don't mean sh*t. Motherf*ckers be having high a** sales but not respected in the street, not respected for the culture. It's not about sales no more, it's about a movement. Who's gonna follow that movement? Red and Meth are the smoking movement. Any time we drop an album, y'all should be at the f*cking store, whether you like it or not and buy the f*cking album. December 7th, Reggie." (Best of Both Offices)
Reggie is scheduled to drop Tuesday, December 7th.
Check out a recent Redman interview down below: