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Reggie (album)

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Released  December 7, 2010
Length  43:51
Artist  Redman
Label  Def Jam Recordings
Recorded  2008-2010
Reggie (2010)  Mudface (2015)
Release date  7 December 2010
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Producer  Redman (exec.), Rockwilder, The Audibles, The Fyre Dept., The Futuristiks, Team Ready, DJ Khalil, M-Phazes, Tone Mason, J. Rob, Freak, Rich Kidd, ThreeSixty, Ty Fyffe, Efrain "F.A.M.E." Rodriguez, King David
Genres  Hip hop music, East Coast hip hop, Hardcore hip hop
Similar  Redman albums, Hip hop music albums

Reggie is the seventh studio album by rapper Redman. It was released on December 7, 2010. The original title of the album, as promoted in the booklet of Blackout! 2, was going to be Reggie Noble "0" 9 1/2.

Contents

Redman when the lights go out


Background

During an interview, Redman stated that Reggie Noble (Redman's own birth name), does the album, not Redman. Redman also said that there is going to be more "poppish" type songs, rather than his normal "rugged" and "hardcore" songs. In regards to the album, he stated:

Release singles and promotion

The song titled "Coc Back" was the first single off the new album and features Ready Roc. The song and music video for the single were released simultaneously on October 31, 2009 through many websites. The first promotional single titled "Oh My" was released digitally online on January 25, 2010.

The next single, "Mind on My Money" was also released digitally online on March 2, 2010. A promo track titled "Lookin' Fly" has also been leaked by Redman. A video for "Lookin' Fly" was released on June 9, 2010. As it turns out, none of these tracks will make the final cut of the album, only being promo singles. The first official single is "Def Jammable" and a video for the single was released. This is the first Redman album where Erick Sermon won't be doing any production. The second official single is "Rockin' Wit Da Best" featuring Kool Moe Dee and was released on January 25, 2011.

Songs

1Reggie (intro)1:40
2That's Where I BDJ Kool3:03
3Def Jammable3:04

References

Reggie (album) Wikipedia


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