Red Cafe (born Jermaine Denny in 1976) is a rapper signed to Rapper Akon’s Konvict Muzik and DJ Clue and DJ Envy’s Desert Storm. He is a Brooklyn-born rapper of Afro-Guyanese descent. Red Cafe began his career in a group called Da Franchise (or as often referred to Franchise) with Bed-Stuy artist Gravy and Flatbush rapper Q Da Kid appeared on many Whoo Kid and Kay Slay mixtapes under Franchise. Due to disagreements between the three, they split up and went separate ways. In early 2006, Red Cafe was to release his first major-label debut I Got a Story to Tell, on Capitol Records in conjunction with Mack 10’s Hoo Bangin’ imprint. However this never eventuated. Red Cafe has also contributed to the Coach Carter soundtrack. He has also ghostwritten for many popular rappers over the years. As an underground rapper, his work is not internationally recognized, though he has been rapping on the circuit since the late 1990s.

Red Cafe released an album entitled The Co-op with DJ Envy on October 9, 2007, and Koch Records is distributing it. Remy Ma was featured on the album, while Cafe’s new song “Paper Touchin Remix” features Remy Ma’s enemy Fat Joe. [1]

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