If you haven’t heard Reks’ The Greatest X by now, the Massachusetts emcee is going to continue dropping joints from that album until you give in and finally bump it. The visuals for “Impression, Sunrise” find Reks in Budapest delivering that fire.
Reks drops another video from his brilliant The Greatest X project in the form of the Apollo Brown produced “H.I.P.H.O.P.” With the acronym in place meaning “her infinite powers help oppressed people,” Reks gives you a glimpse of what those people look like.
Reks drops the visuals for “Gone Baby Gone” off his dope ass album The Greatest X, which you should have copped by now.
REKS FEAT. PHAT KAT, GUILTY SIMPSON, EA$Y MONEY, PLANET ASIA, RASCO, REEF & KING MAG – FINAL FOUR 2 [VIDEO]
Reks drops a set of animated visuals for this massive posse cut that spans the coasts and a plethora of dopeness on “Final Four 2.”
With the release of Reks’ The Greatest X, the emcee drops this Large Professor produced banger titled “Gone Baby Gone.”
Reks went bananas over Nottz production on “The Recipe” and now we get a matching set of visuals to see how he was cooking it all up.
Reks pens to audio letters to Mumia Abu Jamal and Dylan Roof on the Alchemist produced “Kites.”
“This song comes to us at a period of great division regarding lives that matter. The relationship between police officers and citizens will remain on rocky ground until we dig up the dirt and improve the foundation. Police officers have a profoundly difficult job and they are held to the highest of standards. This needs to be better understood by all. Officers also need to be held accountable for their actions when their actions have disastrous effects. This country has a history of incarcerating black men for both convenience and profit. Individuals like Dylan Roof will continue to exist so long as revisionist’s history repeatedly poisons youthful minds with ideas that claim black equality while still promoting white supremacy.”
Somebody ask for lyrics? Reks is joined by Ed O.G., Akrobatik & Termanology getting busy over a head snapping Audible Doctor production titled “Plane Gang” off the Reks’ album The Greatest X dropping on September 9th.
Reks explains how his ability to rhyme ended up being his way out of the hood instead of shooting that wicked jumpshot. Produced by Buckwild with scratches by Statik Selektah.
The third installment of Numonics’ “Year of the Fox” series has arrived in the form of the Reks and Apathy joint “Relearn,” which is a revamp of 2012’s “Unlearn.”