Red Head Steve – Redrum

Do you know where your loved ones are? Can you be certain they’re safe? On second thought, how can you be sure that you’re completely safe and free from danger? These are just some of the thoughts that will race across your mind upon entering the dark world of the grimmest, most graphic MC to rise from the Northwest and likely the most intriguing horror-core rapper to ever wield the microphone. “RedruM”, the debut album from Red Head Steve, paralyzes the industry in fear of his rapid, take-no-prisoners delivery and the constant reminder that he is free, on the loose and prepared to take his next victim.

A student of the original horror-core rap genre, Red Head Steve brings a style so adrenaline-rich and polished you’d swear he invented the sound. “RedruM” is more than just the freshman release from one of the sickest minds to step into the booth; it is a murderous saga containing eighteen tales of horror that paint a picture so disturbing and real that you’d swear you were a witness to it all. “At the Door,” Red Head Steve’s first single, is a stand-alone assassination of his adversaries and a worthy introduction to his homicidal tendencies. “Till the Day I Die” on the other hand, featuring Mo-X & Lil’ G, showcases his willingness to share in the bloodshed over a beat guaranteed to inspire high-speed car chases. Backed by a cast of the Northwest’s grittiest MCs including 151, Skuntdunanna, Greedy B.D., Mak One, Clockwork, Lock N Load and featuring production credits from Seattle’s own Mr. D-Sane, Mo-X and Red Head himself; the album is as much a presentation of Seattle’s diverse and talented gangster rap scene as it is a unique and personal look into Steve’s own demented mind.

Despite a plethora of calls to local law enforcement agencies, Red Head Steve’s murderous ways are far from over. Look for more from him on albums by C-Dubb, Furnace Hill Klick and his feature on Elemental’s single “After Dark” with Brotha Lynch Hung. Stay Paid Records is dedicated to producing underground street music featuring the Northwest’s most innovative artists. The label’s founder and executive producer, JT Funny Money, epitomizes the Stay Paid motto having successfully expanded from his urban clothing line to becoming an active player in the Northwest rap scene.

1. Redrum
2. At Tha Door
3. We Some Killaz Ft Lock N Load
4. On A Mission (Remix)
5. Keep It Crackin Ft Half Sane & T-Nutty
6. Operation Getback Ft Half Sane & Young Vicious
7. Game Locked
8. Smash Down Ft 151
9. Get Punked Ft Clockwork
10. Til The Day I Die Ft Mo-X & Lil G
11. Hardtimes Ft Skuntdunanna
12. Beyond Hurt Ft Young Bop & Half Sane
13. Killaz 4 Tha Payroll Ft Mak One, Greedy BD, & Half Sane
14.  Invincible Man Ft Half Sane & H Bomb
15. In Tha Wind
16. Unsaved Rats
17. True Blue Killaz Ft Prozax & Lock N Load
18. Aint No Tellin

Red Head Steve Ft Lock N Load – We Some Killaz

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Red Head Steve Ft Half Sane & T-Nutty– Keep It Crackin

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Red Head Steve Ft 151 – Smash Down

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Red Head Steve Ft Mo-X & Lil G – Til The Day I Die

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Red Head Steve – In Tha Wind

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Red Head Steve – Aint No Tellin

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2 thoughts on “Red Head Steve – Redrum

  1. Steve you need to hook up with Dubbz of Cease 2D Cease Recordz in B’ham! Same style…could make some filthy heaters!

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