The ever intimate French connection known as Redeyes is busy at work on a new chunk of tunes, and word has it he’s starting on an album as well, but you didn’t hear that from us. And for who, we can’t say just yet, you’ll have to wait and see. Keeping it ever sleazy, Redeyes flexed his French flare this year on labels like Bingo, Creative Source & Brigand. The Harlem influenced “Pusherman” gained incredible momentum ‘round the world and Redeyes was instantly thrust into the spotlight where he was able to openly explore his signature sound that is, “Drum and Blaxsploitation”.
A wealth of other tunes circulated on dubplate & vinyl release this year including the moody melodies of “About to Change” and the sultry groove of “Seconds of Pleasure” featuring French counterpart Peyo. Redeyes has done the world a bit of good by providing us with visual music. Westbay Blogs brings you, Redeyes “Urban Theme”
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REDEYES "URBAN THEME" MP3