Catapulted into the spotlight thanks to Drizzy and Future-assisted single "DnF," and dubbed "Drake's Memphis Bleek" by the Booth's own Lucas G., P. Reign has built up a hefty buzz seemingly overnight.
Now, the Canadian emcee is capitalizing on that hype with the release of new mixtape Dear America. The project packs 13 tracks' worth of original material, as well as one bonus cut, but four records (5,12,14,15) are missing from the free version's tracklist, to be released as part of the project's forthcoming, for-purchase EP incarnation. French Montana makes the set's sole guest appearance.
Dear America is available online as of September 2; the above-mentioned retail version is scheduled to follow on the 9th.
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