A Traffic Stop in Texas Led to Chicago Artist Dirty Redd 219 Making a Life Changing Decision

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After years of doing music as a hobby and performing freestyles in his local Chicago neighborhood, Chicago Artist Otha Red Coleman IV better known by Dirty Redd 219 relocated to Texas. After being arrested in Waco Texas on a possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The time away from his hometown Allowed Redd to solely focus on his craft. While living in Texas awaiting the outcome of his case he started Big 4 Entertainment. This would be the start of a new life For Redd.

Redd would start his label from the ground up, with nothing but a dream and a goal. Fast forward one year later in Redd is about about to release his first official project this July titled Big 4. Dirty Redd has made quite the impression during his short stay in the lone star state. From appearing in several Interviews on different platforms to releasing hit singles like 843 and Bags Up.  Dirty Redd is about to set the game on fire from the sound of his newest single “Go” part 1 & 2. Go Is Laced with trunk slapping bass and hard hitting rhyme schemes. Part 2 features Waco’s up and coming female artist Shea Glizzy.   It’s look like Dirty Redd is making major moves this year and will be a force to reckoned within the hip-hop community.

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