North Philly’s Lil Rekk is unbothered by the haters in “Kiddin Me” video

North Philly native Lil Rekk’s laid-back bravado and lyrical authenticity have poised the young riser for a major level-up in 2022. After kicking off the year with his recent project, 1ONE, earlier this month, the Highbridge The Label signee returns to address the critics of his come-up with new visuals for project highlight, “Kiddin Me.” Despite their resentment, Rekk makes it crystal clear that he can handle any hater single-handedly, rapping, “I don’t gotta say sh*t/They know who, it’s me/I’m the main ooter/I don’t need nobody to oot for me.”

The JetpackTV-shot and edited video sees a solitary Rekk posted up on an empty block of the New York streets, pouring water on his iced out namesake chain, and even taking over cashier duties at a local bodega, all the while radiating the cold, coarse confidence of a lone wolf. 

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Highbridge’s Lil Rekk Lays His Heart On The Line With ‘1ONE’ Project

With the combination of upbeat tempos and authentic lyrics, Lil Rekk (pronounced “Lil Reek”) is ready to be the next North Philadelphia rapper to step into the limelight. Showing that he’s ready to run with the big dogs, Rekk shares 1ONE, his new project. Titled after a nickname Rekk was given by his homies in North Philly (pronounced “one-one”), 1ONE puts forth 12 tracks that each offer a glimpse into the different facets of Rekk’s personality. Lil Rekk’s version of “pain music” is not only meant to be therapeutic to his fans, but also an affirmation to himself that he’s moving forward in the right direction. 

Buy/Stream 1ONEhttps://music.empi.re/1one

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Highbridge’s Lil Rekk Announces 1ONE Project, Shares Live Performance of “Confetti”

Channelling the valuable lessons he learned through his experiences in the streets, Lil Rekk (pronounced “Lil Reek”) utilizes honest lyrics and upbeat tempos to create his own unique style of “pain music.” Today, Lil Rekk announces 1ONE, his new project. Pronounced “one-one,” the title of the project comes from a nickname given to Rekk by his friends, signifying the North Philly rapper’s singular ability to overcome obstacles and make it out of the city. Throughout the project’s 12 tracks, Lil Rekk promises to succeed not only for himself but also for his loved ones and for his loyal fans. Featuring one guest appearance from 42Dugg1ONE will be available everywhere on January 14 via EMPIRE/HighbridgeTheLabel.

Along with the project announcement, Lil Rekk shares his new song “Confetti,” performed live as an exclusive with 4 Shooters Only.

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Lil Rekk is Tired of Making “Time” for Those Who Don’t Deserve It in New Video

With over 5 million streams in the bank, 22 year old LilRekk (pronounced “Lil Reek”) captivates his listeners with his soul-baring anthems. Doing double duty by addressing the haters and the fakes, Rekk shares “Time,” his new video single. Rekk makes sure to call out the people who are only in his life when it’s convenient for them, saying: “I be tired of making time for em / They weren’t around when I was down / Don’t got no dime for em.” 

In the JMO directed-video, Rekk keeps it lowkey in the backseat of his Cadillac before joining his crew on stage to perform for a fired-up crowd.

Buy/Stream “Time”: https://music.empi.re/pnja5w9 

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Philly Native Lil Rekk Doesn’t Have Time For Clout Chasers In “Ooters” Video

With his sights set on being the next rapper to blow up out of Philadelphia, Lil Rekk (pronounced “Lil Reek”) combines his true-life experiences with upbeat tempos to create a distinct Hip-Hop style of music he calls ‘Manhattan Vibes.’ Coming through with a video where he makes his priorities clear, Rekk shares “Ooters,” his new video single. Confronting a relationship where she was only interested in his fame, Rekk lets his vulnerability show, rapping: “I was down bad, she ain’t show love, now she wanna come around / She want me to fall in love with her, but my heart won’t allow.” 

In the video for “Ooters,” Rekk bounces between spending time with a woman in a sleek apartment and rolling around the city with his crew. 

Buy/Stream “Ooters”: https://music.empi.re/ooters 

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