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Fresh off the release of the critically acclaimed BLACKOUT 2 with his partner in rhyme Method Man, The Funk Doc is back with his new solo album REGGIE. Fueled by the new street anthem 'Coc Back' feat. Ready Rock and the single 'Oh My', Redman's seventh solo album is sure to be a classic.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 7, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B002UK6DS6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,054,551 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Kirby Augustine on December 2, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Redman has been my favorite rapper since he guest featured on EPMD's "Hardcore" on their sophomore album "Business As Usual". "Muddy Waters" is still one of my favorite albums of all time. I'm extremely disappointed with "Reggie". If Red was trying to figure out a way to alienate his loyal target audience he accomplished it with this album. Lyrically he is still "Red" but those tracks are straight garbage. I would expect one of these new "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow" artists (and there are many)to use tracks like this not a Hip Hop legend. The one thing I've always loved about Redman(his loyal followers would probably agree with me on this) is that he was always in his own lane-a lane he created. His sound was unique to him and there was no one else like him. He has gotten away from the sound and style that made him Redman. He is still one of my favorite rappers I just hope he comes correct on his next project.
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If you are a hardcore Red fan, pick this up, there are good tracks on here.

If you are a more casual fan thats hoping for another Muddy Waters, or something that sounds like any of his other classics, then skip this one.

Redman is my favorite rapper of all time, hands down. For nearly two decades hes been dropping classic after classic. Whut was one of the first tapes I ever had and I been following his career ever since, and have not been let down once. Who knows what the story is behind this album, but its out, and I'm glad to have another Red cd to add to my collection. So what if after almost 20 years he wants to try something different? Red's signature rhyming and gutter flow are still present on every track. Whats mostly different about this album are the beats and hooks - and none of his classic funny skits. Theres tracks on here I really like, and then some I cant get with.

Intro - Great way to start it off. Red doing what he does best - tearing it up over a good beat. Leaves you wanting more.

Thats Where I be - Its a club kinda beat, I been skipping over this one.

Def Jammable - I dig this one. Nice beat with good Bass. His flow is a little different here, along with the chorus, but it sounds good.

Full Nelson - No thanks.

Lift it up - A Dirty South track, I say leave that to the Southren rappers. Not diggin it.

All I do - Sounds like a R&B kinda song. Not bad, take it or leave it.

Lemme Get 2 - The thought of Red doing a softer track makes me cringe, but this isnt bad, I kinda dig it. Red rapping about life and such.

Mic, Lights, Camera, Action - No thanks.

Cheerz - This has become my favorite track on the album.
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It is obvious that Def Jam did not put much effort into producing or marketing this album. It is clear that this album was the last of the contract and they're fine with putting out a poor product. If you're hoping for another classic like Whut? Thee Album, this is more like What Iz This Ablum? Redman has sub par lyrics that are rarely clever or thought provoking, and the disc is completely devoid of any fun even with Method Man's appearance where the two just do a verse instead of riffing off each other with their witty repartee? This should have been halted in production? Redman wasnt into it and it's a sad finale for a Def Jam great. True fans will listen and enjoy little sparks of the old Red, but Doc is so much more than this. However, The one thing I can say is that he at least tried to stick to his roots. At least it's not rediculous autotuned metaphors worthy of a 12 year old which is what has become of the sad state of mainstream rap music today, referring to it as Hip Hop would be just too kind.
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Redman is my favorite rapper of all time.

But a couple things stick out to me on this album.
First, he REALLY needs to get back to having E.Sermon produce his albums. This cheesy T-Pain auto-tune style is just not fitting for Red.
Second, he needs to ditch the dudes from Gilla House. They add nothing to the tracks. They drag it down.
Redman is not someone who needs to have other people rapping on his tracks. But if you insist on doing it, at least bring back Keith murray. These other dudes are just wack.
I listened to this album on the way to work today and i skipped through several tracks, not even able to make it to the end of the track.
I would say there are maybe 2 solid tracks on this album that I would listen to again. The rest i will just pretend never happened.
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It's been just short of 4 years since the Funk Doc last released a solo album, and the Brick City native returns with his 7th major solo. On top of that, over the years he has been a part of 4 or so group albums and a large handful of mixtapes. Flash back just about 20 year ago when Redman broke into the rap scene and started a name for himself, a name and persona that would build over the years and eventually lead him to well-known and respected veteran status in the rap game, and breaking that fame into the TV and movie world. This hear, being his 7th album, compared to his others, I'd have to say it's toward the bottom; but don't get any ideas that it means the album isn't quality. Compared to his other releases, he's done better work, but this album still is worthy of a strong 4 star rating. Here is my ratings of his other solo albums:

"Whut: Thee Album" (1992) --- 4 stars
"Dare iz a Darkside" (11/94) - 4.5 stars
"Muddy Waters" (12/96) --- 4.5 stars
"Doc's Da Name" (12/98) --- 4.5/4 stars
"Malpractice" (5/01) --- 4.5/4 stars
"Red Gone Wild" --- (3/07) --- 4/4.5 stars

On top of those I have 4 group albums he's been a Part of (Def Squad's "El Nino" from 6/98, and 3 albums with Method Man: "Blackout!" 1 & 2 and the "How High Soundtrack"), plus he has put out a decent amount of quality mixtapes over the years as well. This one has 13 songs; 1 is a Classic, 1 or maybe 2 that I'd skip over, the other 10-11 are good or real good songs. Guests are on 6 of the 13 tracks, and are mostly his normal guests from the old crew; 4 songs they are rapping on and the other 2 they provide the chorus. Production is on point for the majority of the album, (like he always provides our ears) but has a couple average or sub-par songs on here.
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