Some Out Nun (Prod. By KidWond3r)
Lil Reese Feat. Jadakiss
Lil Reese's new tape, 300 Degrezz, finds him working with some of his oldest collaborators (Chief Keef and Young Chop), but one of the project's strongest tracks features its most surprising guest -- the one and only Jadakiss. While it recruits one of New York's most respected emcees, "Some Out Of Nun," feels closest to Atlanta, featuring a KidWond3r beat that channels the bouncy organ tendencies of Zaytoven.
Lil Reese keeps the leaks coming. The rapper recently got the bawse (Rick Ross) on a remix for "Seen Or Saw," off his last project Supa Savage 2, but today he returns to 300 Degreez with "Sets Droppin."
Seen Or Saw (Remix)
Lil Reese Feat. Rick Ross
While fans wait on Lil Reese's next project, which he's titled 300 Degrezz, the young Chiraq rapper has unveiled a remix of one of Supa Savage 2's strongest cuts, "Seen or Saw." And for the remix he's brought along an unexpected guest: Rick Ross.
All My Life
Lil Reese Feat. G Herbo
Lil Herb recently dropped off an excellent mixtape, Ballin' Like I'm Kobe, which featured a couple of huge collabs with Lil Bibby, who has been teasing fans with the imminent release of Free Crack 3. Let's not forget about another highly promising purveyor of lyrical drill -- Lil Reese -- who is joined by Herb aka G Herbo on his new track, "All My Life." We haven't heard much of Reese since June's Supa Savage 2, but "All My Life" shows he's still one of the fiercest young guns in Chicago.
Lil Reese Feat. Young Thug
Lil Reese dropped long-awaited Supa Savage 2 yesterday and brought on Young Thug to assist him on tape standout "Baby." First things first, London on da Track murdered this beat. Xylophone bounces up top above a solid 808 foundation as murky organ chords propel the beat forward.
As of late, the only new Lil Reese tracks we've gotten have come courtesy of guest features on very hot records.
Still Selling Dope
Gucci Mane Feat. Fetty Wap & Lil Reese
We recently heard from an incarcerated Gucci Mane about how he's still selling dope from jail. What a boss. Fetty Wap took a verse on the original song off the King Gucci mixtape, today Lil Reese lends his Chicago flow with a verse of his to the Metro Boomin-produced track.
Lil Durk & Lil Reese
As we wait for Lil Durk's debut album, Remember My Name, the Def Jam signee has decided to team up with close collaborator Lil Reese for a new track, "Myself." The collaboration is a high-octane ride through the Chi-town streets. Durk sings a deliberate, catchy hook, and both guys lay down hungry bars over a spooky production. Due to the untrustworthy nature of their surroundings, both Durk and Reese often prefer to ride solo. We're glad they came together for this one.
Kid Ink Feat. Lil Durk, Bricc Baby & Lil Reese
Hot off the success of his third studio album, Full Speed, Kid Ink is back in the studio, and his latest track, "Ring Ring," finds the L.A. rapper alongside three exciting young talents. Over a predictably banging beat from Will A Fool, Kid Ink is joined by Lil Durk, Bricc Baby Shitro, and Lil Reese.
Lil Durk Feat. Lil Reese
Lil Durk's debut album Remember My Name is scheduled to drop May 12. But that isn't stopping him from putting out loose tracks in the meantime. On Friday he dropped "Different" and Sunday morning he dropped "Blessed (Remix)" with fellow 3Hunna rapper Lil Reese.
Young Buck Feat. Lloyd Banks, Yo Gotti & Lil Reese
Just last night we got a new leak from Young Buck, with the high-energy banger "Count Me Out." DJ Whoo Kid is back today with yet another leak from the G-Unit member, alongside fellow G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks, Gotti and Lil Reese. "Exclusive" serves as cut from Buck's upcoming Before The Beast mixtape, which we learned about the other day. It's slated to drop in time for the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend, with a release date of February 12th.
Can't You Tell
Ballout Feat. Lil Reese & Tadoe
It's a GLO Gang almost-reunion on "Can't You Tell," a fresh track from Ballout, Lil Reese, and Tadoe. Chances are--if you're a fan of what these guys have done in the past--this one's going to be an instant download. Featuring a horn-driven instrumental from Chief Keef, the record's pretty much sounds exactly like what you'd expect it to. Take it or leave it.
Go To War
Fredo Santana Feat. Lil Reese
Fredo Santana made headlines yesterday when he came to the defense of GBE's Capo, threatening Migos on Twitter after they allegedly attempted to jump the rapper at a restaurant in Chicago. Fredo made it pretty clear that he wasn't messing around, claiming that he'd gladly do the time for his actions.
Ca$h Out Feat. Lil Reese
Chicago's Lil Reese and Atlanta's Ca$h Out may not be a collaboration you've been itching to hear, but the two unlikely co-conspirators sound great on their first track together. "Boss Up" is taken from DJ Bandz's upcoming, Fredo Santana-hosted Trap World mixtape. Using the marble-mouthed delivery he's been favoring as of late, Ca$h Out sounds at ease over the beat, which represents a pretty accurate middle ground between his and Reese's respective sounds. Reese follows suit, and both rappers send us a message that's loud and clear: it's time to boss up.
Lil Durk Feat. Lil Reese
Even though Lil Durk dropped off his Signed To The Streets 2 mixtape over the Summer, that hasn’t stopped him from releasing new content lately. After serving up his latest cut “Shots Fired” a few weeks back, the OTF rapper returns today with fellow Chicagoan, Lil Reese, and delivers this new collab “Jack Boys”.
Love Me (Freestyle)
Lil Reese Feat. Lil Bibby
It's almost a proven fact that every rapper from Chicago whose name begins with "Lil" sounds a good 10-15 years older than they actually are, with Lils Reese, Bibby, Herb, Durk and (especially) Mouse being the main examples. Today, the first two of those have teamed up for a freestyle entitled "Love Me." Bibby goes first, sounding like he's aged five years since the last time we heard him spit, and raps about how "every four bars a nigga switch flows." Reese follows him, backing up his gun-heavy IG account and arrest record with fittingly violent threats.
Lil Reese Feat. Trigga Black
If you like your hip-hop music extra ig'nant, we may just have your new turn up anthem of the summer. A loose collaboration track that's not attached to any known project, "Spazz Out" is everything the Chicago emcee's fans could ask for--no more and certainly no less. The song follows up Reese's latest release "Nigga Wat'" featuring Chief Keef, which dropped earlier this month.
Nigga Wat (Remix)
Lil Reese Feat. Chief Keef
Currently putting the finishing touching on his upcoming Massacre tape, Lil Reese has let loose a new leak to hold over anxious fans. The official remix to Chief Keef's original "Nigga Wat" that dropped to warm reception early in May, this new rendition maintains the head-nodding chorus and instrumental of the original while piling on some new high-energy bars from our headliner.
Since A Youngin'
The Chicago rap scene has been rising expanding faster than ever, with the emergence of Bop, the success of Acid Rap, and for Chi-twon rappers gracing the cover of the XXL Freshmen list. Lil Reese was among the first wave of Chicago's new scene, paving the way alongside contemporaries like Chief Keef, and established acts like King Louie.
That's A No No
Fredo Santana Feat. Lil Reese
Fredo Santana is prepping an upcoming album, Walking Legend, for which he recently dropped a leak "Coming Up" last week. This week he returns just in time to give fans a new record to blast over the weekend, with "That's A No No", a collaboration with GBE affiliate Lil Reese. Production comes from another Chief Keef connection, Young Chop. Mixed by Todd Beee.