REKS’ The Greatest X (pronounced as The Greatest Unknown) is not a comeback album, it is a return to force for the Boston wordsmith. As he did on his previous stand-out efforts, REKS is back working with the industries elite producers (Large Professor, The Alchemist, Evidence, Statik Selektah, Nottz, Apollo Brown, Black Milk, Buckwild, STREETRUNNER) as he sets out to take the next step in his progression with The Greatest X.
Today, REKS releases another visual, “Impression, Sunrise,” from the project. Shot on location in Budapest, Hungary, REKS spits 60 bars of pure heat (a literal verbal tongue lashing) over this MoSS & Pro Logic track.
REKS new album, The Greatest X, (pronounced The Greatest Unknown) is out now via Brick Records.
He’s worked side by side with Chris Brown, JadaKiss and more. The public can hear his music streaming on major outlets and his videos have been featured on Music Choice and MTV. RRose RRome plans on continuing this pace for the remainder of 2017, with new single “All Year.” Take a listen to his new joint here.
Connecticut artist Chino Belefante gets busy with a new video addressing his enemies, “Fake Rich.” Get in tune now and watch Chino’s “28 Grams” visual released last week if you were looking to get familiar.
After releasing “I Do” supported by premieres on Complex, HotNewHipHop, Flipp keeps his momentum going with “Running Up Bands” produced by CashMoneyAP, premiered by HipHopDX. Capturing attention both online and in the streets, his smooth delivery and raspy voice sets him apart. His infectious melodies and hooks have helped him garner audiences in his hometown, and beyond New York. Flipp made a recent appearance at the Smokers Club 4/20 show in Brooklyn, and set the tone for a highly promising ongoing streak. With his EP close to completion, stay tuned for more details on its release.
While in town in Hawaii to perform 3 shows in Honolulu as part of the annual “Foolapalooza” festival, Stephen Redhead took some down time to film a music video for his track Red Carpet from his debut album Exxxactly that was released this past November. Directed by Hawaii’s own DJ Idea of Idea Productions, as well as Redhead himself, the energetic visual depicts the Capitol Heights, MD rapper taking a young Hawaiian girl out on a date on the beach and the mall while cruising in downtown Waikiki, showing her the finer things in life in his usual quirky persona.
Raw Webb talks about the fact that if everyone was the same color there will always be individuals finding a way to hate. It’s just human nature to envy others no matter the circumstances in this survival of fittest world we live in today.