Get "Fly" With Red Cafe

Get "Fly" With Red Cafe

Rapper Red Cafe stops by today to debut his new joint, "Fly Together," featuring Rick Ross and Ryan Leslie.

Published October 14, 2011

How fly is Red Cafe? Too fly apparently! Brooklyn-bred rapper and current Bad Boy/Konvict Muzik/Interscope artist Red Café will stop by the 106 & Park studio today, Friday, October 14  to debut his new joint, “Fly Together,” featuring Rick Ross and Ryan Leslie.
The Somali-Guyanese MC has been called "Red" all his life, a nickname inherited from his father. Red began his career in a group called Da Franchise with Bed-Stuy artist Gravy and Flatbush rapper Q Da Kid. Due to disagreements between the three, they split up and went their separate ways. He has gone through the ups and downs of being an artist in a fluctuating music market. Fortunately, he kept busy by ghostwriting for many popular rappers. He recently released his newest street album Above the Cloudz earlier this year. Hopefully, his Bad Boy/Konvict labels will deliver him a proper official debut album.

Tune into 106 & Park today, Friday, October 14  at 6P/5C as Red Cafe drops his new joint, “Fly Together,” featuring Rick Ross and Ryan Leslie.


(Photo: Amanda Edwards/PictureGroup)

Written by By: Genese Jamilah


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