Red Spyda

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Red Spyda
Birth name Andy Thelusma
Also known as Rush
Born (1975-12-05) December 5, 1975 (age 38)
Origin Miami, Florida
Genres R&B, Hip Hop
Occupations Producer, Musician, Rapper, Singer
Years active 1998-present
Labels Red Beam Entertainment
Associated acts 50 Cent, G-Unit
Website www.myspace.com/redspyda1

Andy "Red Spyda" Thelusma is an American Hip Hop producer who has worked on many songs for artists such as 50 Cent. He is also known for producing songs for D-Block, Mobb Deep, Amerie,[1] D-12, and G-Unit. Other notable works by Red Spyda have included his contributions to the in-game soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto III. He produced background music for the game's fictional radio station Game FM (the name is derived from Game Recordings; several of the hip-hop label's artists such as Royce da 5'9" appeared on the radio station). He also has production credits in the game for 2 freestyles and previously released songs featured in the game under his less commonly used alias Rush.

Production credits[edit]

Artist Single Album
Cage "(Down) The Left Hand Path" Movies for the Blind
Royce da 5'9 "Rock City" Rock City (album)
G-Unit ft. Joe "I Wanna Get To Know You" Beg For Mercy
Lil' Kim "Spell Check" The Naked Truth
50 Cent ft. Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo "True Loyalty" The New Breed
50 Cent "U Not Like Me" Get Rich or Die Tryin'
50 Cent "Came To Win" Before I Self Destruct
Sheek Louch "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye" After Taxes
2Pac ft 50 Cent "Realest Killas"[2] Tupac: Resurrection (Original Soundtrack)
2Pac ft Sleepy Brown & E.D.I. "Hennessy"[3] Loyal To The Game
Eazy-E & The Game "Still Cruisin'" N.W.A. Vol. 1 (Unreleased)
50 Cent & The Notorious B.I.G. "Realest Niggas" Bad Boys II OST
Lil Flip "Check (Let's Ride)" U Gotta Feel Me
Young Buck "Welcome to the South" Straight Outta Ca$hville
D12 "Leave Dat Boy Alone" D12 World
Obie Trice "Adrenaline Rush" 8 Mile Soundtrack
Ky-Mani Marley "Breakdown" Radio (Ky-Mani Marley album)
Sheek Louch "Good Love" Silverback Gorilla
Twista "Sunshine" Kamikaze
Slaughterhouse "Wack MCs" n/a
Bobby Ray "Fly Like Me" B.o.B Vs. Bobby Ray (Mixtape)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mitchell, Gail (7 May 2005). "Amerie reaches with 'Touch'". Billboard. pp. 41–42. Retrieved 25 November 2010. 
  2. ^ Caramanica, Jon (November 2003). "Kick it a cappella". Vibe. pp. 55–56. Retrieved 25 November 2010. 
  3. ^ Strong, Martin Charles (2006). The Essential Rock Discography. Open City Books. p. 1128. ISBN 978-1-84195-860-6. Retrieved 25 November 2010.