When REKS calls himself Rebelutionary, he’s not messing around. As evidenced by the lead single off his next full-length, the Boston representative’s so dissatisfied with the way things are going that he’s fixing to pick up a Shotgun and take aim at the powers that be. Joining the headliner over production partner Numonics’ sampled instrumental, Jon Connor delivers a guest verse, and Vanessa Renee provides hook vocals. Craving more? Then be sure and pick up the emcee-producer duo’s collaborative set when it hits record store shelves and online retailers July 24, via Gracie Productions.
Written by richard on 06/5/12
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