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Redman - I'll Be That album flac
  • Performer: Redman
  • Title: I'll Be That
  • Genre: Rap
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1998
  • MP3 size: 1337 mb
  • FLAC size 1641 mb
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Produced by Rockwilder. Album Doc’s da Name 2000. I’ll Bee Dat! Lyrics. Yea yea yea yea yea It's W Fuck All Y'all radio, ya man Big Tigga I'll Be Dat, ya heard? Yo! It's like thirty degrees down here in . All my niggas strap the Timbs up Get out the puffy coats and alla that And I'll see all you chickenhead ass bitches at the club later I'll be dere, he. .I'll Be Dat! More on Genius.

That album featured the hit single "All I Need", later remixed featuring Mary J. Blige, which won a Grammy ("I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need"). During this time Method Man also became close friends with fellow New York City-based rapper The Notorious . and was the only guest rapper featured on his debut album Ready to Die. He was also featured on Spice 1's album AmeriKKKa's Nightmare on the track "Hard 2 Kill". In 1995, he was also featured on "Got the Flava" off Showbiz and .

We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Redman was born in Piedmont, West Virginia. His father was a music teacher, his mother was a singer. Don began playing the trumpet at the age of 3, joined his first band at 6 and by age 12 he was proficient on all wind instruments ranging from trumpet to oboe as well as piano. He studied at at Storer's College in Harper's Ferry and at the Boston Conservatory, then joined Billy Page's Broadway Syncopaters in New York City.

Album, 1964, Ascot Records. 2. Don't Ask Me What I Say. 3. Sack O'Woe. 4. What You Gonna Do? 5. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man. 6. Smokestack Lightning. 7. Got My Mojo Working. The Five Faces of Manfred Mann. 1.

BTOB - 기도(I'll Be Your Man). Girl I don't know where you are But if you can hear my prayer give me one last shot. Ныль согыро манэттон маымыро марэттон Наэ канчжорэттон кидорыль Чжо ккам ккаман ханырэ нан надо морыгэ Ип паккыро норыль кидоэссо. I’ll be your man тащин норыль ночжи анылькэ Ту пон тащин ноль кырокэ туль сун опсо Чебаль нэ ирымыль пулло чжво. Но опщи саль су омнын голь тащи нэ пумэ ангё чжво Тонын ноль хончжа туль сун опсо Baby I just pray. Always on my mind always always on mind that girl is on my mind 24/7 365 Dear god do you hear my cry I pray for her back every night Promise you that I’m a better man won’t ever let her go no not again.

Indeed, we’re a far cry from the time when Redman single-handedly saved Def Jam from bankruptcy in the 90s. Nowadays, it seems like Reggie Noble spends most of his time in the label limbo created after announcing potentially high-profile releases like Muddy Waters 2 or Blackout 3. Most of his Def Jam labelmates from back in the day are now either moguls or reality TV punchlines. And while Mudface could have put the spotlight back on him, it is an album that very much preaches to the choir. Punchlines whizz by left and right; ruggedly funky, bass-driven beats practically force you to nod along; and the subject matter remains in his usual wheelhouse of weed, violence and sex.

Whut? Thee Album is a terrific debut that established Redman as one of the top MCs on the East Coast. His aggressive delivery is more than hardcore enough for the streets, but Whut? is first and foremost a party record. Redman's subject matter centers around his love of funk and his equal love of pot, with some sex and violence thrown in for good measure. He's able to carry it all off with a singular sense of style, thanks to a wild sense of humor that results in some outlandish boasts, surreal threats, and hilarious left-field jokes.

The album brought a new militancy to hip-hop, as well as crack-era verite lyrics on brain-scalding songs like 9MM Goes Bang and P Is Free. Soon after BDP’s debut album, Scott LaRock would be murdered in the Bronx while trying to mediate a street dispute, leaving KRS to soldier on and rebuild the crew. On his sophomore album for Def Jam LL Cool J came back Bigger and Deffer  . This archetype would be explored at length by acolytes like Redman, Biggie Smalls, Eminem, and even .

Tracklist

1 I'll Be That (Radio Edit) 3:35
2 I'll Be That (Instrumental) 4:34

Notes

On The CD, It's Printed as "I'll Be That" instead of I'll Bee Dat.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
314 566 699-1 Redman I'll Bee Dat ‎(12", Single) Def Jam Recordings 314 566 699-1 US 1998
566 745-2 Redman I'll Bee Dat! ‎(CD, Maxi) Def Jam Recordings 566 745-2 Europe 1998
DEF 292-1 Redman I'll Bee Dat! ‎(12", Promo) Def Jam Recordings DEF 292-1 US 1998
566 744-2 Redman I'll Bee Dat! / Well All Rite Cha ‎(CD, Single) Def Jam Recordings 566 744-2 Europe 1998
DEF 292-1 Redman I'll Be Dat! ‎(12", Promo) Def Jam Recordings DEF 292-1 US 1998


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