2015-11-09T09:59:00-05:00 2015-11-09T08:23:26-05:00

Red Pill is getting that "90's Money"

"Bringing it back to the 90's" means name dropping Martin, Tommy Hilfiger, and a plethora of classic artists to a lot of people, but this isn't the case for Red Pill. Instead of dropping stacks in the club, the Detroit rhymer is focused on being the rap game's Bill Gates with his latest track, "90's Money." The self described "fat Jesse Eisenberg" is full of energy as he speaks truths over a rock-heavy instrumental from Alex Goose. The track is chock full with references to the decade, but without coming across as dated thanks to his vibrant wordplay. Make the jump to Red Pill's Bandcamp page and pre-order his next project, Day Drunk, which drops on November 27th. The EP will feature Blu, Exile, and Oddisee, so I think it's safe to say we've got some great music coming in the next few weeks.   

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Hip-Hop · Rap


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