Browsing All posts tagged under »Red Pill«

Red Pill – Stars [Video]

May 22, 2017 by


In his new video for the standout single “Stars,” Detroit MC Red Pill is personified by a Capricorn-knight, fighting anything the stands in his way. Despite his courage in the face of these demons, he returns to his usual doldrums and vices. From the album Instinctive Drowning, the new music video follows a wandering adventurer, […]

Red Pill – Day Drunk (Extended Edition) [Album]

April 12, 2017 by


Red Pill has a new project with production Black Milk, Paul White, iLLingsworth and more.

Red Pill & Ill Poetic – Instinctive Drowning [Instrumentals]

November 14, 2016 by


the instrumental version of Red Pill “instinctive Drowning” produced by Ill Poetic . “These are the instrumentals for my record with Ill Poetic, “Instinctive Drowning.” I know for some people who may have gotten used to my previous “sound”, some of these tracks might have been a little jarring. I think getting them in instrumental […]

Red Pill – Instinctive Drowning [Album + Video]

August 31, 2016 by


Red Pill’s newest album, “Instinctive Drowning,” is his most personal opus to date. Collaborating with producer Ill Poetic, the new album is an extremely personal and vulnerable composition. The project is a glimpse into the depths of Red Pill’s psyche, balancing both tragedy and hope in a way that is ultimately sincere and beautiful. Accompanying the […]

Red Pill – Gin & Tonic [Song]

August 17, 2016 by


Mello Music Group rapper Red Pill is releasing the second single off of his upcoming album Instinctive Drowning. The song, Gin & Tonic, is a spiritual sequel to his 2015 song Rum & Coke, but with a disenchanted tone and a discouraged outlook. Maybe Red Pill is a hip-hop curmudgen. But the new album demonstrates his ability to […]

Red Pill – F*ck Your Ambition ft. P.O.S [Song] Prod. ill poetic

July 23, 2016 by


“The American Dream is one of the most dangerous ideologies our country has created. It assumes that if you’re smart enough and work hard enough, anyone can climb the socioeconomic ladder. It neglects the reality that many in our country and in our world begin their lives with a socioeconomic head-start; be it race, sex, […]

Ugly Heroes – Unforgiven [Video]

June 7, 2016 by


Detroit’s grittiest producer, Apollo Brown, is back with blue collar rhyme writers Red Pill (Detroit) & Verbal Kent (Chicago).  The new story lays bare the kind of truth that makes art great.  Pill dives into family that left him behind while Verbal digs into forgiving the man who tried to kill him, the ex who […]