Statik releases this track in to celebrate hitting 30k Twitter followers. Download
This may or may not appear on Stat and Term’s upcoming sophomore LP, 2012, dropping top of the year. Download
A special Population Control edition of Statik Selektah’s Showoff radio show on Shade 45. It featured various guests from the album including Styles P, LEP Bogus Boys, PUSH! Montana, Nitty Scott MC, Reks, Termanology and more. Clip #2 is the Showoff Crew cypher.
In Part One, Statik Selektah speaks with HipHopSite.Com’s DJ Pizzo about his new album “Population Control” on Showoff Records, as well as working with Mac Miller right before he blew up. In Part Two, Statik reveals the title of his new album with Termanology, 2012, due December 20th. He also speaks on a cut he [cont.]
New Video from Ohio MC and Producer duo G.Huff and Vice Souletric off of thier new LP, Where Do We Go From Here. Guest appearances include Guilty Simpson, Termanology, REKS, Ruste Juxx, Buff 1 and Carlitta Durand, among others. “The time and detail we put into this LP is evident from track 1 to track [cont.]
New video from J. NiC$ & Numonics for the Reks assisted track “Never Be Free” off of their Champion Rizla EP. Soooo chilled.
We spoke with Statik Selektah exclusively last night about a wealth of new projects that he has in the works. He and Reks are working on a three part EP called Straight No Chaser, with part one dropping in the next few weeks. He is also working on a project with Slaine called State of [cont.]
From the LP, R.E.K.S., available now. Directed by Nicolas Heller, produced by Statik Selektah for Showoff.
“Why Cry” directed by Jon Wolf, produced by the Alchemist, off REKS “R.E.K.S.” (Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme) out now on Showoff/Brick Records. Peep the album review brought to you by HHS.
Boston emcee Reks has been making noise in the underground scene for about ten years now. The Brick Records alumnus’s critically acclaimed debut Along Came The Chosen dropped in 2001 and featured the likes of Pacewon & Young Zee of the Outsiderz, 7L & Esoteric, J-Live and Shabaam Sahdeeq. His 2008 follow-up Grey Hairs, also [cont.]
Off of Reks’ latest R.E.K.S.(Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme).
Reks spits for Tony Touch on Shade45. HHS’s R.E.K.S. LP review coming soon.
Directed by HotMopFilms, taken from the R.E.K.S. (RHYTHMATIC ETERNAL KING SUPREME) LP, in stores now.
REKS now sets out to take the next step in his progression with what promises to be an instant classic, with his third LP, R.E.K.S (Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme), which is scheduled to be released on March 8th, 2011 on Showoff/Brick Records. The LP lists such notable legends as DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Hi Tek, [cont.]
The LP lists such notable legends as DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Hi Tek, Alchemist, Nottz, Sha Money XL, Sean C & LV, Fizzy Womack and the ever present Statik Selektah contributing production; and newcomers Blaze P and Mike Frey join in for this classic as well. Throw in highlight tracks with Styles P, Freeway, Termanology, [cont.]
The group East Coast Avengers was created in 2008 by MCs Esoteric, trademarc and DJ/producer DC The MIDI Alien. Having dealt with almost 8 politically corrupt years of the Bush regime, the three banded together and the result was the controversial yet socially aware ‘Prison Planet’ album full of gritty production and razor sharp lyricism. [cont.]
Rex Arrow Films, ShowOff Records & Brick Records Present…REKS “25th Hour”, Produced by DJ Premier. Shot & Edited by Ian Wolfson for Rex Arrow Films 2011. Video Produced by Statik Selektah.
Before the Grey Hairs, REKS was just a teenager who fell in love with the Hip-Hop movement. Little did he know, one day he would experience working with and alongside some of those legendary hip-hop icons. Born Corey Isiah Christie in Lawrence, Massachusetts, August 24th, 1977, REKS practically grew up with Hip-Hop. He first embraced [cont.]
The Showoff Records crew got down on Shade 45′s ShowOFF Radio, as seen above.
The Showoff Records crew celebrate a phenomenal year with this cover of the new Harlem classic. LISTEN: 1982 + Kali + Reks + JFK + Teyana Taylor – “Christmas In Boston” 1982 + Kali + Reks + JFK + Teyana Taylor – “Christmas In Boston”
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