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Drew Fire"Welcome to the South" Single 2000
"Filthy" LP 2002
"This thing of ours" LP 2003
"Undienable" LP 2004

Dirty Red has been on tour with Mo' Thugs and Bone Thug-n-Harmony for the majority of 2003. His credits include production for Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Lil Flip, 8 Ball & MJG, the Diplomats and countless others.

Dirty Red"Dirty Work" LP 1999
"'til we dust" LP 2000
"Pimp in the City" 2002
"Mo' Thugs IV" LP 2003
"This Thing of ours" LP 2003
"Undeniable" LP 2004


Feeling a bit camera shy


DREW and Dirt
Drop new single "All these Girlz" the first single from their forthcoming album "UNDENIABLE"

Drew Fire and Dirty Red are Changin’ tha Game with
quality music and an album that’s “UNDENIABLE"
The bi-regional group delivers the funk with a touch of both jazz, and soul. Along with their unique styles and versatility, one can hear the influences of years past throughout the music.

Why this name?
We just kept it simple

Do you play live?
We perform shows all the time, we've been everywhere in the US as part of the Bone/Seagram's tour and have done countless other promotional shows. If your interested in us doing a show feel free to contact us.

How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It's catch 22, it's good from the independent stand point of people passing on your songs bringing your music more publicity, but If your an established artist it can kill your sells when people download your music for free. Which will lose you your deal and possibly end your career.

Would you still sign a record contract with a major label?
Yes, If the right situation comes along

Band History:
After working together on songs for the “This Thing Of Ours” Compilation and spending time on tour as part of the 2003 Bone Thugs/Seagram’s tour, the two began hearing demand for a project together. “We were all working hard out here trying to get heard,trying to get a deal. We sat down and talked about all the criticism that we received from A&R and worked together to produce an album that was respectable in the street but commercially viable”,says Redhanded producer the Great Dane.

“Undeniable describes how we feel about this project”,says Dirty Red “it describes the work we put into the album and our love for the music and the industry. We feel we can bring change to the game with good music. We want to raise the bar of what’s acceptable to people. Music is my life – that’s what’s tattooed on my chest and that’s what I live by on a daily basis. We’ve set out to change the game back to its original form of real music and real artist. You can see a couple of artist really making that push but overall there are too many people out here trying to get rich quick. There too many people out here with little or no talent clogging up the system. Everybody thinks they can get rich rhyming like it’s the lottery, but they lack the artistry and care this really takes. We’ve been waiting in the wings for years—building our own studio—building our names and reputations—this hasn't happen for us overnight and we’ve stayed committed through all the trials and tribulations.”

Drew Fire adds "UNDENIABLE" embodies everything that’s us. We have a different style; we have a different sound because we’re two different types of people with the same goal of creating good music first and foremost. Dirt’s from Cleveland and he’s got that laid back mentality while I’m a southern boy from Alabama all about getting’ it crunk. We’re not new to the game. We’ve produced many songs over the years so we’ve been around and have seen how albums just get thrown together. We’re out to change the game and raise the bar.”

Your influences?
We love the funk, the crunk, the west, and that midwest sound. From Parliament to Prince we all grew up on soul music.

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Anything else...?
The Maxi-Single is available now for $3