"It wasn't clear where I was going to go and what was going to happen. Because of that, even though the record was done, it didn't get released. Now it looks like I'm going to remain on Warner Brothers. I'm going to be on a label called Nonesuch, which is a subsidiary. They're going to release the record, hopefully, in the spring of next year. Then I'll start touring again heavily with that band."
So Redman rolls with the punches and comes out fine. He says: "Certainly, it's important to have an awareness of the business of music. But the central thing has to be your passion for music and the love of music. And I think that's why most people would want to be musicians."
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