Tag: Lil Reese
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.
Lil Reese is currently hard at work in the lab, putting the finishing touches on his Massacre project, and tonight he decided to bless his fans with some new heat out of the blue. This one is a hot-off-the-press joint alongside his comrade Chief Keef, and is the official remix of “N**** Wat.” Hope you weren’t asleep for this one, as Reese just made your nightmares come true. Wat!
Produced by DreeTheDrummer
New Reesie. It appears although Reese already has a project called Supa Savage, he’s dropping another one called Supa Savage. But this is part two of the series. Hey, it’s Lil Reese he can do whatever he wants. Today he takes a hot line and makes it a hot song with “Since A Yungin’.”
Supa Savage 2: The Massacre coming soon.
Updated: Now with No DJ version
Produced by Shawn T
Florida and Illinois collide on this new collabo from Plies and Reesie. Neither are to be played with on this one. Stream/download below.
If you know me, you know I hold Lil Reese in high regard as an incredible hook writer. They’re memorable. They’re addictive. They’re earworms. He’s one of the most talented in that space, in my humble opinion. That being said, one of my favorite tracks on Lil Herb’s great mixtape, Welcome To Fazoland, is “On My Soul” which features a verse and hook from Reesie.
Well, it turns out Lil Reese feels some type of way about his Def Jam labelmate 2 Chainz’s new track “Wuda Cuda Shuda” (featuring Lil Boosie) from his Freebase EP. Reese took to Twitter to air out his grievances against 2 Chainz, saying the Atlanta rapper lifted his hook without credit.
Hit the jump to hear both songs in question (you be the judge), and check out more from Reese on this issue including an instagram video.
Shot and chopped by Elevator.
Last week, Lil Herb and Lil Reese hit WGCI to chop it up with DJ MoonDawg about a few things including their friendship, Chicago’s music scene and more. Herb also talked a bit about his new project, while Reese revealed that he has collaborations with Young Thug, Plies and Young Scooter on the way.
Check out the full interview above.
Sidenote: A video for “On My Soul” needs to come to happen. Someone tell Herb and Reese to take care of that.