Despite working together only twice, Redman has been an inspiration for Eminem for a very long time.

Eminem made this statement on his iconic “’Till I Collapse” from “The Eminem Show”:

I got a list, here’s the order of my list that it’s in
It goes: Reggie, Jay-Z, 2Pac and Biggie
André from OutKast, Jada, Kurupt, Nas, and then me

Reggie Noble aka Redman had enough time to influence young Marshall, as he was catapulted to prominence in 1990 with the songs “Brothers On My Jock” and “Hardcore” from EPMD’s 1990 album “Business As Usual”, two years before releasing his own solo debut, “Whut? Thee Album”.

And now, subtly referencing this project, he shares a picture, taken a long time ago, and quizzes his followers on hip hop history:

Who knows whut Year ?? @Eminem

The general consensus so far is that it has to be 2000, based on Eminem’s tattoos. Hip hop heads noted that in 1999 Em didn’t have a capital D on his right forearm, and in 2001 he added flames to it. So, this clear Detroit monogram places the photo firmly in 2000, the Eminem Show era. Also, a year when Redman and Eminem worked together in the studio recording “Off The Wall” for the “Nutty Professor II” soundtrack.

Here is the prize for those who cracked the riddle: Eminem & Redman — “Off the Wall”.

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