Tag: Lil Reese
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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.
Directed by Paul John.
“Irrelevant” was one of the standouts (and one of my personal favorites) from Lil Reese’s Supa Savage, so it’s good to see that the official video is finally here. Young Chop on the beat.
Word has it that Reese’s new project, Supa Savage 2, is scheduled to drop later this year. Hopefully, that’s true.
Produced by Young Chop
Chop has teased us with this record for like 6-7 months now, and today he finally feeds the beast. The long-awaited collabo from Chopper, Keef and Reesie is finally here. Bang this while you “Bang Like Chop.” **money machine noise**
It appears WorldStarHipHop has fully jumped into the documentary film-making landscape, and today they make their debut with The Field: Chicago (which is executively produced by Q from WSHH). We’ve seen this movie teaser floating around for the past few weeks, as it boasts appearances from Lil Durk, Lil Reese, King Louie, Lil Bibby, Young Chop, Katie Got Bandz, Lil Mouse, Rhymefest and more.
The doc explores Chicago hip-hop’s relationship with the streets and how some of our most popular artists see music as their way out. I’ve yet to watch it, but plan to check it out now. So many of these documentaries have been made, but very few offer up any ideas or thoughts on potential solutions, so let’s hope this one at least explores that topic. Hit the jump to check it out.
Produced by Kaleon & Don Lee.
Trae Tha Truth and Lil Reese connect for “F*cked Up” from Trae’s I Am King project, which drops today at 3pm CST. Check out what Trae and Reese cooked up below.
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Reese isn’t done with his Supa Savage project just yet. The Leekeleek-produced “Team” is getting the visual treatment and today, Reese gives everyone a quick preview of it. Check out the clip above and be sure to give Supa Savage a listen here if you haven’t yet.
Presented by DJ Scream.
After a bit of a delay, Lil Reese’s follow-up to 2012′s Don’t Like is finally here. Supa Savage includes ten new tracks from Reese and features contributions from Young Chop, Tarentino of 808 Mafia, Chief Keef, Wale, Waka Flocka and more.
Stream/download after the jump.
Directed by Blind Folks Vision
Reese’s Supa Savage mixtape? I need that. Unfortunately, it didn’t drop this week as planned. A new release date? I need that. The video for “I Need That”? Well, I got that. Check it out above.