Tag: Lil Reese
Directed by Zae. Produced by Dree The Drummer.
Reese’s back. Lil Reese has been quiet as of late, but today he returns with new music in the form of his video for “So Fast.” No word on if this joint will be attached to Reese’s upcoming Don’t Like 2 mixtape, but there’s a good chance that it will.
Check out Reese’s latest drop, “So Fast,” above.
Directed by Zae. Produced by Young Chop.
Star Barksdale really rolled out the red carpet for this crazy new joint titled, “Bananas.” Track is bananas, lineup is bananas, but there’s nothing fruity here. Check out the Zae-directed clip above.
Produced by Young Chop
Arguably the two Chicago artists with the most chemistry, Lil Durk and Lil Reese, drop off their brand new collabo, “Jack Boys,” not to be confused with Durk’s 2012 track of the same name.
The Jack Boys are on the loose. Stay woke. Young Chop is on the beat. Love seeing the band back together again.
Updated with NO DJ version below.
DJ Bandz’ We Are Chiraq mixtape dropped just moments ago, so we wanted to bring you one more joint from the project before you consume the whole thing. This one comes from Reesie and Ari Stylez, and they’re kicking down doors, not unlike the Black Frank White.
Hit the jump to download the song and the full DJ Bandz project, We Are Chiraq.
A few weeks back, Minister Louis Farrakhan held a city wide outreach, inviting influential Chicago rappers, industry representatives and street figures to an undisclosed location for round-table discussions on how to curb violence in Chicago and abroad. Longtime friend of FSD, Antwone Muhammad b.k.a. Twone Gabz, played a big part in helping spearhead and organize the event, so we reached out to him for details and to also relay the message of they’ve set out to accomplish.
On Aug 17th & 18th, Minister Louis Farrakhan invited Hip-Hop Artists & Street Organization Leaders to a two day event that began with a powerful message he delivered entitled “Troubled World & What Should We Be Doing;” followed by a dinner with everyone and ended with a group discussion the next day to address the violence in Chicago and abroad. Minister Farrakhan also addressed some of the beefs throughout the music and street community. Some of the artists in attendance to this event included Jay Electronica, Talib Kweli, No I.D., GLC, King Louie, Katie Got Bandz, G Count, Spenzo, Treated Crew, Hustle Simmons, Lil Reese and Fredo Santana. Antwone Muhammad a.k.a Twone Gabz was instrumental in helping to organize this event along with others. This two day event produced a surge of inspiration to many that attended. Minister Farrakhan is currently organizing with others throughout the entertainment industry as well as the street in effort to decrease the amount of violence that is sweeping through Chicago.
Click below to see pictures from the events…
A DJ Bandz Exclusive
Reese. Bibby. Two of the best ‘Lil’s’ in the game collide for this worldwide thumper, “Love Me.” You’re gonna love this — trust us. DJ Bandz’ We Are Chiraq Vol. 1 project will be out later this year. For now, listen to Reese and Bibby trade barbs over this dope soundscape.