Tag: Lil Reese
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.
Shot and chopped by Zae.
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.
It’s been well over a year since his debut mixtape, I Don’t Like, hit the streets. But as they say, great things come to those who wait, as today Reesie announced the release date for his sophomore set, Supa Savage. The project is set to hit the streets and internets on August 20, which is just a few days away. Finally the (arguably) most-bit rapper in the game is giving us some new magic.
And if “Wassup” is any indication, Reesie is back in a major way. We’ll see on 8/20.
Yesterday, French Montana was in the Chi for a day party and once the sun went down he took his talents to Pressure Point Studios to work with his fellow Coke Boy, Lil Durk, as well as Young Chop and Lil Reese. DJ Pharris, Chinx Drugs, MTMG and Exclusive Steve were also all in the lab to witness what happened, so hopefully we’ll here the outcome sooner than later. Hit the jump for more pics.
Directed by Zae
We got the teaser for this video a few weeks back, but Durk’s incarceration halted its completion. Well, Durk is now a free man, so he shot his portion of the video this past week. But while we’re thankful the video is here, the rumors of beef between OTF and GBE is a hard pill to swallow. Here’s to hoping cool heads prevail.
Unfortunately, Lil Reese’s problems with the law continue as yesterday he was picked up in Englewood on marijuana possession charges. Says the Trib:
Lil Reese, 20, whose birth name is Tavares Taylor, was arrested on a sidewalk in the 6400 block of South Eggleston Avenue at 6:40 p.m. Saturday, police said. Taylor, of the 5100 block of South Wabash Avenue in the city’s Washington Park neighborhood, was found with about $24 worth of cannabis, or four grams, police said.
In a hearing before Criminal Court Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr., Taylor was ordered held in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Police on patrol for ongoing gang conflicts in the area on Eggleston Avenue saw Taylor standing on the sidewalk with numerous other males, which police knew as known gang members, according to a police report.
As officers approached Taylor, he looked in their direction and immediately turned and began walking down a gangway. As police neared the group, they saw Taylor remove a plastic sandwich bag from his left pocket that contained crushed green plant material and spotted him looking around on the ground in the gangway, the report said.
He was searched and the cannabis was found along with $2,090 cash. When officers asked where the money came from he said: “It’s mine, I got a little weed. So what?” the report said. He continued: “There’s serious crime out there. This ain’t a big deal. I’m gangster,” the report said.