Second video from the Pages From the Pavement Ep, produced by Shawneci. Directed by Vu Doo Films & Co Directed by DJ Deadeye
Produced by Buckwild. From EFN’s Another Time LP, dropping March 3rd.
Termanology links up with Skyzoo, Torae & Reks. Billy Loman provides the beat, DJ Deadeye on the cuts & Fancy Baby on the chorus vocals. A Fan favorite off Term’s new Shut Up And Rap album. Video Directed, shot & edited by CS Films.
REKS & Hazardis Soundz collaborative album, Eyes Watching God, displayed an uncanny chemistry, as they linked up to create a concept album which showcased the contrast between “good and evil” beginning with a “God Side” and finishing with a “Devil Side”; and the result is a highly conscious and fiercely political album. Produced entirely by [cont.]
‘Shut Up And Rap’ Features M.O.P., Inspectah Deck, Skyzoo, Torae, Willie The Kid, Slaine & REKS and Production from Billy Loman, The Alchemist, Statik Selektah and more. Shut Up And Rap will be released on 12-9-14 via Brick Records.
From the album Eyes Watching God. Directed by Castle Culture.
“Zombies” is STL GLD’s fourth single off their upcoming album My Monday Morning Music out August 12, on AR Classic Records / Brick Records. For this single, Moe Pope & The Arcitype reach out to fellow Boston rhyme-slayer and Showoff Records artist, Reks(whose new album, ‘Eyes Watching God’ also drops today), as well as “The [cont.]
Reks and Hazardis Sounz collaborate on the Eyes Watching God LP, out this week. Guest shots include Ea$y Money, Fredro Starr, N.O.R.E., Ruste Juxx, Saigon, Termanology and others. Stream the entire thing below.
Brick Records readies the REKS & Hazardis Soundz collaborative album, Eyes Watching God. The concept album has the duo showcasing a contrast between “good and evil” beginning with a “God Side” and finishing with a “Devil Side.” The CD artwork features a dual-image album cover showing both the ‘Good’ and ‘Evil’ sides, depending on what [cont.]
Brick Records is proud to present the REKS & Hazardis Soundz collaborative album Eyes Watching God. The concept album has the duo showcasing a contrast between “good and evil” beginning with a “God Side” and finishing with a “Devil Side.” The CD artwork features a dual-image album cover showing both the ‘Good’ and ‘Evil’ sides, [cont.]
Termanology, Reks, Ea$y Money & SuperSTah Snuk present the official video for “Pages from the pavement”. The title track off the ST. Da Squad EP dropping tomorrow.
From Term’s new EP Mas Goya, entirely produced by Shortfyuz. Available exclusively at TermanologyMusic.com & Directed by CS Films.
Reks teams with Hazardis Soundz for his new mixtape, which includes guest shots from NORE, Termanology, Wrekonize, Wais P, and more.
Produced by Shawneci. From ST. Da Squad’s Pages from the Pavement EP.
REKS freestyle over the Rick Ross & Jay Z track, “The Devil Is A Lie”. REKS’ Eyes Watching God with Hazardis Soundz dropping in 2014.
N.O.R.E. teams with Reks for this record, from Student Of The Game, where he takes some pot shots at Big Sean and others.
From the upcoming Good Belt Gang mixtape.
Official music video for REKS “Flags” off of REKS’ lates release Revolution Cocktail produced by Numonics, Directed by Rose Glen Entertainment.
Produced by MoSS & Pro Logic. Reks’ Revolution Cocktail available now.
From the new LP, Revolution Cocktail. Shot & Edited by A1Videos.
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