- Ticket Giveaway: Smokers Club TourOct 6, 2014 at 09:09 AMThe Smokers Club Tour has become an annual event, each year featuring a variety of smoke-worthy rappers. This year the headliners tapped are none other than "How High" duo, Method Man and Redman. Alongside the two veteran MCs, we'll see Mick Jenkins, B-Real of Cypress Hill and Taylor Gang's weed authority Berner.
- Method Man & Redman Headline The Smokers Club Tour 2014Aug 15, 2014 at 12:39 PMThe annual Smokers Club tour announced their line-up along with tour dates yesterday, and this year's headliners are none other than the "How High" duo Method Man and Redman. Alongside Method Man and Redman, Mick Jenkins (who just dropped off The Water[s] which we highly recommend peeping), Berner, and B-Real of Cypress Hill will also perform.
- Redman Announces "Muddy Waters 2" EP & LP Releases [Update: Redman Confirms "Muddy Waters 2" & Announces "Blackout! 3"]Mar 18, 2014 at 06:45 PMRedman took to Twitter last night to announce the August release of Muddy Waters 2: The Preload EP, a teaser project to be followed by the release of the highly-anticipated Muddy Waters 2 in the fall. Red has apparently been working on the sequel intermittently for the past four years. The original, gold-certified Muddy Waters album was released in 1996 and helped establish him in the game, showcasing his unique style over innovative production from himself, Rockwilder and Erick Sermon.
- Pusha T, Redman & Dizzy Wright To Perform At Brooklyn Hip-Hop FestivalApr 19, 2013 at 02:49 PMThe annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival is taking place from July 8th til the 13th this year. Today, an announcement was made revealing a few of the acts lined up to perform this summer. For now, Pusha T, Redman and Dizzy Wright were named as festival performers in a tweet sent from the festival's Twitter account.
- Method Man Gives Update On Status Of "How High 2"Apr 17, 2013 at 02:55 PMFans have been waiting on the sequel to Method Man and Redman's stoner comedy, "How High," since Redman announced it in 2008. Six years later, and it appears no work has been done on the movie at all. Method Man recently spoke with TMZ about "How High 2" and what progress has been made on the film-- it doesn't sound like much, if any.