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The Red Giants

by Jermiside & Brickbeats

"Music for hip-hop fans that don't own Guns"
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Intro
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2. Soundgazing
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3. Magnificent
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4. Do Ya Thing
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5. FP
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6. Illustrious Brothers feat. Von Pea
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7. They Say
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8. DDF
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9. Good Morning America
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10. Satisfied
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11. Pair-A-Dice Island
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12. Oneder Years
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13. Jealousy
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14. Beautiful Day
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15. Cowards Course
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16. Outro
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Album Notes
"The Red Giants are the newest dynamic duo in Underground hip-hop, consisting of producer Brickbeats (Cincinnati) and emcee/producer Jermiside (Atlanta by way of Cincinnati). The two hip-hop aficionado's first crossed paths in late 2003 as Jermiside was making his rounds promoting his self released debut "The Biology Of Kingship" as Brickbeats was providing his golden era influenced backdrops for numerous rap acts in the Tri-State Area. A year later, after recording a hand full of well received songs, they decided to combine forces for a full-length release called The Red Giants. Recently Brickbeats' production talent has appeared on Neblina Records' Definition:Hip-Hop Compilation and has also served as the soundscape for half of Tanya Morgan's upcoming release "Moonlighting" meanwhile Jermiside has been making appearances on countless mixtapes and collaborating with various artists such as Ill Poetic, Von Pea, Ilwil, Shameless, Blayze McKee, Skee Tha Sergon and others. There self-titled release will be hitting shelves late 2005."


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i think that they are wonder im from dayton and i wish i was like all famous
well let us say that we are from ohio and we would like to be famous or well lets say makeing a cd would be nice well your cd is off the chane and i really like it very much our names are tylon&joanna wilson we are trying but nothing is happening so we just going to have to wait and see what happens im 15 and my sister is 14 but we really love your cd and all we can say is good luck and god bless you.

Endeva the BeatZmith

Great combination....Keep it comin'!


Very solid; Von Pea's correct in Illustrious Brothers, Jermiside and Brickbeats are monsters. The current favorites are They Say, Soundgazing, and Satisfied. Hope to hear some more of the duo soon enough.


are u kidding me
Im in aww. This is by far my most favorite album in my collection BY FAR. A close second is Cre-8, but this album is more consistent, every song is unique and worth another listen. I had to cop this album and download it off of payplay because i couldn't wait 3 days to have it shipped, i had to have it right away. Cop it and add it to YOUR collection, aight? PEACE.


That OKP review was absolutely criminal...
The beats and rhymes on this shit is straight fire... Yall got that heat for real. Mad respect from H-Town...... Stay up.


Anticipation is a muthafucker. Longing for an album and then finding out that it’s nothing like you were waiting for is a bitch. Satisfaction is far away when your favourite rapper and producer come up with something beneath average. Far more satisfactory is when you get up in the morning, find a CD in your mail box, pull your eyebrows and think 'what’s this?', then put it in your stereo and find out that this is actually a pretty great album. For some reason you play it again and again and come to the conclusion that good albums often come from an unexpected corner.

'The Red Giants' album is such an example. Never ever have we heard of this duo, Jermiside and Brickbeats! Not in a million years. Although they both have issued a solo album and come from hip-hop semi-capitals Cincinatti and Atlanta. Unbiased and with a blank mind we started to listen and let the good vibes in. Good vibes aroused by soul samples, mesmerizing the listener, and lazy funk drums, makin your head bounce at the same time. The music is mind-relaxin, the rhymes are incentive at times but freestylishly lush otherwise. Jerm tags sharp lyrics to a multi-layered, silky sound canvas. This kinda reminds us of the first time we heard People Under The Stairs; unknown, fresh, oh so underground and lots of vibes sampled.

Yes, this album sounds pretty Left Coast and Jermiside sounds like he could enter the Living Legends crew in a minute. 'You hear them speakers bumpin? That’s my salvation. You hear them sounds pumpin? Hip-hop’s the foundation.', Jermiside rhymes in 'Soundgazin', a soulful opener with a tight bass pluck and a mesmerizing soul sample. 9th Wonder and Kanye West are not far away; 'Do Ya Thang' has a sped-up voice sample and solid programmed drums, while 'They Say' and 'Satisfied' follow the same concept but yet sound different and oh so good. In order to stay not too inherited to the 9th or Kanye legacy and keeping the album from soundin too monotonous, Brickbeats added an amalgamation of tunes; 'Pair-A-Dice Island' is straight Acapulco rhythm, 'Jealousy' and 'Cowards Course' is darker, string-loaded with a heavy bass drum and 'Beautiful Day' is straight up electro-funk.

And so 'The Red Giants' is a pleasant surprise to us. There’s a lot of resemblance with other artists, you can easily tell the influences, but through this background, they manage to create a style that will entertain every rap fan, soundin oh so smooth to the ear.


Dope Beats, Dope Rhymes!
Definately worth more than the cost of admission! Brick' laid the foundation and Jermiside's skillz are "Magnificent! Buy this album!