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9 p.m. Thursday, January 25. Blueberry Hill's Duck Room (6504 Delmar Boulevard, University City).

It seems like the six years since Redman's last album, Malpractice, have passed by in a cloud of ganja smoke for the man formerly known as Reggie Noble. But that's only partly correct. Hip-hop's self-proclaimed Funk Doctor has been rolling, and not just blunts: He's distributed mixtapes through his Gilla House imprint, filmed a sequel to the dope-smoking drama How High and is waiting impatiently for Def Jam to give up his long-awaited sixth solo effort, Red Gone Wild, which is due this March.

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