Fans of Massachusetts emcee REKS are anxiously awaiting the arrival of his long-delayed full-length, Revolution Cocktail. While the album has been pushed back countless times, the artist hasn’t completely vanished á la Jay Electronica. Today, he appears as a guest of fellow Bay Stater Vorheez latest cut, Trials & Tribulations, where his rugged flow is sandwiched between two stellar verses from the headliner. Like his horror-movie namesake, Vorheez slaughters the booming Crown production with a grimy, aggressive flow that still has a touch of agility, allowing him to nail every line perfectly. Trials & Tribulations is so good that it appears on two projects; Crown’s Blood Leg Vol. II EP and Vorheez’ forthcoming Say Anything LP.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/6/13
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