Tekashi 6ix9ine landed in news a day ago after reports of a shootout between his crew and Fetty Wap’s team, a claim the New York rapper has since shot down. Tekashi then turned his attention towards Chief Keef and Lil Reese, saying they have 48 hours to kill him or else.
After delivering the Pistol P Project mixtape, Lil Herb digs a little deeper into his discography and drops a visual for “On My Soul,” featuring Lil Reese.
From his We Are Chiraq Volume 1 mixtape, DJ Bandz returns with a monstrous collaboration by Lil Reese and Lil Bibby titled “Love Me.”
The legal team for Chicago rapper Lil Reese already knew the drill when they were summoned to action early this morning.
Another day, another rap beef, as rapper Lil Reese accused 2 Chainz of the Hip-Hop’s cardinal sin: biting. Let the GBE rapper tell it, his Def Jam label mate five-finger discounted one of his lines to create the chorus on “Wuda Cuda Shuda” from his Freebase EP.
It’s not everyday that a TV show gets blessed with its own Hip-Hop mixtape. HBO’s Game of Thrones received the treatment a little over a month ago. The last time prior to that is anybody’s guess.
Chief Keef may be the most identifiable face, but producer Young Chop is quietly the most integral piece of Chicago’s Glory Boyz Entertainment. That said, the beatsmith masterminded a single titled “Bang Like Chop,” featuring the aforementioned rapper and Lil’ Reese, from his project releasing in the coming weeks.
Chicago’s Chief Keef and others helped to usher in a new sound known as “Drill,” creating a mystique that somehow connected the menacing music with the city’s rising crime rates. In a profile piece from Playboy, the “Chiraq” Hip-Hop scene is examined through the eyes and experiences of some of the scene’s top acts.
Chicago’s own Lil Reese returns with his highly anticipated Supa Savage mixtape. Like always, listeners can expect a full-length offering of hard hitting street anthems featuring his GBE clique.
Lil Reese reps for his GBE affiliates in a visual for his hard hitter, “I Need That.” The young rapper sticks to his Chicago stomping grounds, or more particularly, what looks like an abandoned building.
When he’s not busy getting arrested by the cops and telling them he’s a gangster, Lil Reese is still a rapper. The Chicago product drops a video for “Wassup,” featuring his GBE brethren Fredo Santana and Lil Durk.
The almighty dollar is a drug in itself, and GBE rapper Lil Reese is a proud addict according to his new song “Money Stackin.” Industry cronies Wale and Waka Flocka Flame back the 20-year-old’s mula is the motive mantras with complimentary verses on the thumping track.