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  1. Redman got his big break when he spit rhymes on EPMD's 1990 album, Business as Usual. His witty freestyle and P-Funk beats instantly won over hip-hop fans and, in 1992, he released his debut album, Whut? Thee Album. In 1998, Redman's Doc's Da Name 2000 went platinum. That same year, he released another album, El Nino, with the group Def Squad, which featured Keith Murray and EPMD's Erick Sermon. Then, in 1999, he paired up with Method Man for Blackout! After 2001's Malpractice went gold,......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Redman got his big break when he spit rhymes on EPMD's 1990 album, Business as Usual. His witty freestyle and P-Funk beats instantly won over hip-hop fans and, in 1992, he released his debut album, Whut? Thee Album.

    In 1998, Redman's Doc's Da Name 2000 went platinum. That same year, he released another album, El Nino, with the group Def Squad, which featured Keith Murray and EPMD's Erick Sermon. Then, in 1999, he paired up with Method Man for Blackout!

    After 2001's Malpractice went gold, Redman rhymed on Christina Aguilera's smash hit, "Dirrty," and then took a six-year hiatus from releasing any full-length studio albums. But that doesn't mean he took any time off.

    While away from the studio, Redman appeared in movies like How High, Seed of Chucky and Scary Movie 3. In 2003, he and Method Man starred in the Fox sitcom Method and Red. He lent his voice to the Nickelodeon animated series The Fairly OddParents and was turned into a video game character for True Crime: New York City.

    In 2007, Redman returned to the realm of hip-hop by releasing his long-awaited comeback album, Red Gone Wild: Thee Album, and mentoring former pro football player Jamal Anderson on Celebrity Rap Superstar.

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