Rap music should have a new subgenre called ratchet rap. Bad Boy recording artist Red Cafe jumped on the brilliantly ratchet Chief Keef track “3Hunna.” Throughout the song, Red Cafe is gloating because he’s balling. He goes on to name drop quite a few celebrities and kicks the ratchet meter into overdrive. Red Cafe isn’t […]
Red Cafe is prepping the rap world for the release of his new album…but before we get a taste of what the Brooklyn emcee’s has been cooking up, we venture to “Hell’s Kitchen” for a listen to his new mixtape! Join us behind the scenes of his private listening party! Red Cafe “I Think Motherf****s […]
“Shakedown!!!” can be heard in the background of numerous rap records. It is Red Cafe‘s way of branding not only himself but his debut album. He has done an admirable job thus far, especially being that he has had some discrepancies with major labels. Though he was content with being an Independent artist, a deal […]
New music form Fabolous “Sicker Than Yo Average” featuring Trey Songz and Red Cafe. DJ Clue premiered the track which samples the late great Notorious B.I.G. last night and Fab’s official site released the HQ version. Word on the street is this may end up on Faboulous and Red Cafe’s collabo album Bedrock Boyz. Check […]
New music from Red Cafe “Fly Together” featuring Rick Ross and Ryan Leslie. This is the first single off Red Cafe’s upcoming Bad Boy Debut. Check out the audio below. Recent Posts: Behind The Scenes Of Diddy’s VIBE Cover Shoot [PHOTOS] Rick Ross Gets Angry After Asked About Officer Ricky Name [VIDEO] Ryan Leslie “Glory” […]
Despite all of the rumors swirling around for the last two weeks, and the fact that Rick Ross himself confirmed it, Diddy says he is NOT managing Rick Ross or Nicki Minaj. Diddy hopped on Ustream the other day with Fabolous and the latest signing to Bad Boy Records, Red Cafe (who just so happene […]
If Jim Jones doesn’t annoy you enough with his arrogance, scruffy beard, and disrespectfulness then how about him coming at Fab on Twitter. Now Fabolous may not be everyone’s favorite rapper, but best believe in a duel to the end of lyrical proportions, I’d put my money on F-A-B-O-L-O-U-S.