Sometimes, family disagreements can’t be resolved simply by talking it out. That’s when you queue up a dope beat and lay out your side of the story in rhyme. Realm Reality, the L.A.-by-way-of-B.K. emcee who introduced himself with video single Can’t F**k with Me back in October of 2012, puts that tactic to good use on I Just Want to Be There, the final single off his forthcoming, Booth-sponsored street album. Beatsmith Nottz handles production duties, flipping a soulful sample of the Independents’ 1972 record of the same title as Realm addresses a few wounds that time has failed to heal. West Coast underground mainstay Blu and South Bronx repper Fred the Godson attempt to mend bridges with some of their own loved ones on the guest tip. Fans will be able to find Be There and many more quality tunes on Realm’s In The Grind We Trust tape, set to hit our front page February 19, for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 02/12/13
Actor-turned-rhymesayer Rick "Realm Reality" Gonzalez bring listeners his latest street release, the In Grind We Trust street album. The project features 14 original jams from the underground up-and-comer, signed to...
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"Can't F**k With Me" (2012)
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