Hailing from the Redlands of Louisiana and Oklahoma, the name, The RedLand, represents much more than a geographical local. It is a concept representing a new paradigm in music. A movement born out of the soil; from the root. It is both a noun and an adjective. The Redland is both a state of mind and a word that describes music that is not just heard but felt in the soul.
Reminiscent of a time when the art form was real, it came natural. An honest reflection of the times that was void of all the commercialization that characterizes the sounds of today. The Redland is a movement that is ushering in the little heard voices of change. The voices and lyrics in this instance are Earvin Legend and Kose, two former Morehouse College students who left school and responded to the pull, desire, and passion to create music that would fill the soul while keeping our heads bobbing.
With an acute appreciation of the intellectual messages behind the imperial musical innovators and revolutionaries from years gone by. The Redland transverse through hip-hop boundaries so that on any given song people from all walks of life can identify with the content.