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Podcast for January 3rd, 2017


Paul DJs mashups at a burlesque show on New Year’s Eve, while Tony makes full use of an Olive Garden gift card.

Furniteur – Redundant Buzz [single]
Tarica June – Four Unit (My Life) [Stream of Consciousness Vol. 1​.​5 EP]
Stephen Redhead – Cap Heights [Exxxactly]
American Television – Explosions in This Guy [Reaction EP]
KPH – Thorns [Patreon]
Super!Silver!Haze! – The Fastest Way From Here To There Is Not A Straight Line [Code Red: An International Compilation to Benefit the ACLU]

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Stephen Redhead – Cap Heights

Aw yeah, Redhead is back! We’ve been fans of bespectacled rapper Stephen Redhead from PG County since 2012, though the wait for his debut album Exxxactly grows long. He recently released a new single “Cap Heights”, produced by Nature Boi, as an exclusive for his friends on Apple Music. Now the music video, from House Studio & Kimshimwon’s $5 Music Video series, can make him some new friends and fans everywhere as he warmly welcomes us to his home town.

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Redhead – Too Much video

Rapper Stephen Redhead continues his trend of self-reflection and lamenting negativity in his newest music video “Too Much“. The video begins with a tense conversation between Redhead and himself regarding his public perception, so hang on (or skip ahead) to about two minutes in for the beats and rhymes to flow. Look for Redhead’s EP Exxxactly to drop soon.

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Stephen Redhead – DTAMMY video

Don’t check out for the weekend quite yet, DC. Here’s a new video from rapper Stephen Redhead, his freestyle Don’t Talk About My Moms Yo over an instantly recognizable MF DOOM instrumental. The opening text bits are a bit silly and indulgent, but the lyricism is always strong.


Stephen Redhead – Bow Down Freestyle video

PG rapper Stephen Redhead recently dropped a music video to accompany his latest freestyle over the controversial new Beyonce track Bow Down. The fisheye lens, garish colors and playful camerawork compliment the vibe of the track quite well. Look out for Redhead’s new EP Exactly coming out this summer.


Best Video of 2012 #4: Redhead – Baggage

Stephen Redhead had quite a breakout year. The nerdy rapper’s prominent single Talk White led to a distribution deal with Fontana/Universal Records. And his innovative and powerful music video for Baggage, from his FREE mixtape The Schemata, really cemented me as a fan. Baggage earns the #4 spot in our top 5 DC music videos of the year, and I expect much more great things from Redhead in 2013.


Redhead – Baggage video

DMV rapper Stephen Redhead just released a new music video for his track Baggage, from last year’s FREE mixtape The Schemata. This video, directed by Rogue Films, is quite unlike most other hip-hop videos from DC, and I’m not mad at all about that. This is one beautiful and creepy video. Pick up his latest single Talk White feat. Malik-16 on iTunes.


Redhead – Talk White video

DMV rapper Redhead recently signed a deal with Fontana Universal Records, bringing his debut single Talk White to digital music stores everywhere. Yesterday saw the release of the music video, shot on the streets of New York (literally) with guest Malik-16. Redhead (not his hair, that’s his actual last name) could be poised for a breakout, here’s hoping!


Redhead – Beat That P***y Up video

Rising DMV rapper Redhead is a frequent live collaborator with folk rocker Justin Trawick and often freestyles at We Are The 9 Hip-Hop, an extension of Trawick’s brainchild to bring together singer-songwriters for live performances to bigger crowds. Here he is laying his own rhymes over the track Up by Loverance.