Before most of our parents knew him as that mulatto looking dude with the frizzy fro from LMFAO, we knew him as that Redfoo who could be heard on The Wake Up Show rhyming alongside Evidence of Dilated Peoples. But when your father is one of the most successful and powerful men in showbiz, well, you start making music that sounds like this.
Probably because you can and nobody retires from selling 12″ indie hip-hop. I know it’s tough to separate the two, kind of like that M.O.P. & LFO collabo, you know that boy band who made the song about Abercrombie and Fitch? Regardless, Balance Beam is a solid album and shows that even if Redfoo is a complete parody today, he had skills before selling his soul to the Kardashians of the world.
Red Foo & Dre’ Kroon – Balance Beam (1998)
1 Hardcore Ish
2 On The Microphone
3 Don’t Touch The M. P.
4 Slow Down Cousin’
5 The Freshest [Featuring] – Evidence
7 Two Brothas
8 Um Ba Baba
9 Love Of Mine
10 L. D. L.
11 Who Wanna
12 I Want Ya Body
13 Life Is A Game Of Chess (Pt. 1)
15 Game Of Charnas
16 Life Is A Game Of Chess (Pt. 2)
Thanks to JankZ in T.R.O.Y. forum for posting the link.