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Red Cafe may be facing jail time for a most trifling reason. The Brooklyn rapper was arrested for allegedly not returning a rental car on time.

Here’s a little something to sink your teeth into courtesy of Bad Boy affiliate Red Cafe, who blessed his fans with a new mixtape titled, American Psycho II. The second entry of the series is hosted by DJ Whoo Kid.

Yes, Red Café is still signed to Bad Boy Records. The Brooklyn rapper drops a video for the remix to “I’m Rich,” featuring Ace Hood, French Montana and Jeremih.

You remember Red Cafe right? Bad Boy rapper, dropped a number of mixtapes with the promise of an album that has yet to appear? Well the Queens MC lets loose a new single called “I’m Rich.”

With the Internet advancing faster than ever, many Hip-Hop acts have adapted a new marketing plan when it comes to their music; give it away for free. A chosen few have been able to flip this scheme, and their fan bases into viable recording careers, others have failed miserably.

Remember when Red Café was supposed to drop an album? The jury is still out for that one but until then the Brooklyn rapper drops “Boss Bxtches & Fast Cars,” the lead single from his forthcoming American Psycho II mixtape.

Rarely do we see a reality star getting shine for actually being nice–well at least not on VH1 anyway. That unspoken rule was broken thanks to the addition of Love & Hip Hop New York’s cast member Lore’l.

You’re not really a Bad Boy unless your hits get the remix treatment or you drop a song that features most of the label’s roster. The latter is what’s happening in the official video for French Montana’s “Ocho Cinco” featuring Diddy, Red Café, Machine Gun Kelly and Los.

They’ve already released a half-as**d video for “Ocho Cinco” in the studio, but the Bad Boy Gang is back together to shoot another video for the Mac And Cheese 3 stand out.

With a title like “Fully Loaded,” one would expect to hear rhymes of machine gun funk. Such isn’t the case for this Red Café track, which instead puts the re-donk-ulous women he adores on a pedestal. See what happened there?

From Los Angeles, to Miami and back to New York; Red Café grabs up Chief Keef, French Montana and Fabolous for the video for “Gucci Everything.” 

It’s a safe bet that Red Café linked up with Diddy and Bay Boy Records to speed up the release of his proper album. That hasn’t been the case, but the Brooklyn rapper has dropped some new music in the form of the American Psycho mixtape.