Posts Tagged ‘rap’

SHOW RECAP: Redhead Performs ‘Anyway Pt. 2’ For The First Time

Last night, I took a visit to the homie Nature Boi‘s #OpenGem event at Wicked Bloom in Washington DC. At the event, I decided to unveil the new ‘Anyway’ remix for the first time for a small intimate crowd, just to play around and see how it goes. As usual, there was a lot of talent in the room an a lot of connections were made. 

 

 

NEW MUSIC: ‘Anyway, Pt. 2’ feat. 3D Natee

You gotta come through with the remix, you know? Shoutout to New Orleans. The song is also available on iTunes (right side of this website), Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, Tidal, and other streaming platforms of your choice. 

 

NEWS: Foot Locker Adds ‘Red Carpet’ to Official Playlist for Stores Nationwide

This is a big surprise to me. I was calling up a friend to talk about some things, and he texts me a series of videos from a Foot Locker store in Wheaton, MD. The store was playing my record “Red Carpet” through their official curated playlists. It turns out that whoever works for Foot Locker’s headquarters found the song and added it for stores nationwide. I’m beyond honored and happy about this. Thanks to Foot Locker for checking me out. 

Here’s one of the videos that my friend sent me:

PHOTOS: #FreshProduce Show 5/24/2017

Here’s some footage from the last show at #FreshProduce in Washington, DC (brought together by my guys at Dope Music Village). Shots to Steff Luva for the photography.

 

Fresh Produce 5/24/17 (shot by Steff Luva) | redheadpg | VSCO

Vendetta – Washington, DC

NEW SHOW: Redhead to Perform at #Foolapalooza in Honolulu, HI

You don’t want to miss this if you’re in the area in Hawaii! On April 1st, the annual Foolapalooza is in town and I’m selected as a special guest. Tickets are on sale now via the information on the flyer and it’s 18+ with a $10 cover.

NEWS: Redhead to Perform at DMV Trackstars 8.15.16

If you dig the “Cap Heights” video/song by me, I’m performing the record for the first time @ Blind Whino in Washington, DC on Monday, August 15, 2016. I will be judged by renowned music journalist Rob Markman and folks from Revolt TV. To come to the show for FREE, register at this link:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dmv-track-stars-with-rob-markman-presented-by-madeinthedmv-tickets-27030377587

NEW MUSIC: Redhead – “Cap Heights”

It’s been a minute since I updated this website since I’ve been working on my debut music project for all digital retail.  I’ve been getting impatient, so now I’m going to release something for ya’ll to stream and ride to.  This song is called “Cap Heights” and is produced by the homie Nature Boi, who also recently released a project of his own. We shot the video for this song a few weeks ago and we’re just working out the kinks.  Listen to this song exclusively on Apple Music and check out the photos from the shoot down below.

https://itun.es/us/mYLmeb

NEWS: WPGC 95.5 FM Debuts “Too Much”

For the first time, my original music has played on a major radio station in the DC metropolitan area. It’s been a long time coming, and I appreciate the support and ALL the DJs that continue to support this record.

Shouts go to DJ Heat, Mana, DJ Laz-Eye of The LaZ Hour, DJ Kmeta, DJ Oso Fresh, DJ 2-Tone Jones, DJ On Point, DJ Absolut, Frantasy & Marc of BlisFM, DJ Sixth Sense, DJ No Requests, DJ Nature Boi, Nicktha1nda, DJ Best Kept Secret, DC Vinyl Headz, and everyone else that’s been spreading the word & supporting the video and the record and continuing to do so. The job isn’t over yet, but I’m loving where the path is going right now.

A video posted by Redhead (@redheadpg) on

NEW MUSIC: Redhead Appears on #DedicationMotivationVictory Mixtape

My guys DJ No Requests and DJ Nature Boi put together a great mixtape featuring local Hiphop artists showcasing their lyrical prowess and fire ass beats. My song “Too Much” is the last song on the mix. It’s a great tape to play in the car and rock out to. Check this for yourself at the bottom:

NEW MUSIC: The FarEXP (feat. Redhead) – The Expansion (Album)

Before I post this album, I have to briefly explain its context. Back in 2012 after the release of my mixtape The Schemata, I was approached to join a hiphop group called The FarEXP. I accepted the offer based on the inclusion of two members whom I’ve known for many years, even though I wasn’t aware of the music nor how they operate. After several recording sessions coupled with endless amount of fights & bickering, I quit the group on my own accord at the top of 2014 and decided to let them do what they wanted to do for the sake of the album. If you’re a fan of underground boom-bap rap music reminiscent of Slum Village & Souls of Mischief, you can take a listen. Production on this album is from UnOwn, Kev Brown, & Oddisee.

X