Interview with MR. REDD DOGG

MR. REDD DOGG is an American born rapper/hip hop artist from Seattle, Wa. Redd had a very poor upbringing and started from the bottom. Redd grew up in a predominantly African American neighborhood and was heavily influenced by the culture and music. As a youth he started hanging out at the studio as a way to escape the street life and eventually worked with many big names in the music industry, from E-40 to Kxng Crooked (Crooked I) the Outlawz, Tha Dogg Pound, Daz, Kurupt, Roscoe, Kokane; Lil Flip, Devin the Dude,
Nipsey Hustle, C-BO ; Killa Tay, Marvaless, San Quinn, Spice-1, Yukmouth and many more. He has unique perspective with his music and a unusual cerebral approach to the world. Redd brings a breath of fresh air to the music business coming from the great Northwest he stands out amongst his peers as a leader, entrepreneur, and overall Boss.


What is your name? MR. REDD DOGG

Where are you from? Seattle, WA.

How long have you been making music? I’ve been making music for about 15 years or so

How many songs /albums have you released to date? I personally have recently released two singles one features the bay area legend E-40 the other one has my homeboy Aktual from Atlanta on it they are both for sale on iTunes Amazon Google play and all other online retailers.

Can you tell us about your upcoming release and the background and inspirations behind it? The last release is the single Hustling n da rain featuring E-40 the background of the song is a remake of the old school song from Oran Juice Jones “Walking in the rain” and the inspiration is that I’m from Seattle where everybody knows it rains a lot so we hustle in the rain sleet and snow to make that dough.

How have you ended up in the music industry? I was exposed to the music industry by chance a couple of my friends that I grew up with had a studio around the corner from my block and it was a place that i could get off of the street and do something positive instead of negative with my time.

What do you think of the music industry in 2015? Watered down too many replicas not enough original talent.

Who do you think the most influential artist? 2pac

Who have you collaborated with so far in your career? Its in my bio

Dead or alive, who would be your dream collaboration? 2pac

What was the first album you bought? Too Short Born to Mack

What’s your favorite song at the moment? 2pac me against the world

Who is the most influential artist now, and 10 years ago? 2pac

If you had to sell your music collection tomorrow, what album would you leave in your draw? Me Against The World

How do you think you differ from other artists? Original viewpoint from a white dude who grew up in the hood not like Eminem I was actually doing all the dumb stuff everyone else in the hood was doing.

What is your favorite saying? Get it have it and keep it

What other hobbies or interests do you have? marijuana

Tell us more about your upcoming project or this new project? I have two full projects I’m dropping one is called PROBLEM CHILD the other is Humble Beginnings plus ill be releasing single after single till one of them pops off..

What’s in the pipeline after this project? More good quality music

Thank you for your time and may you carry on making dope, fresh music.

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