Last time we heard from the promising artist Reese, it was his track “Do It” featuring Lil Yachty that dropped back in February. The Atlanta rapper is back with another track that may appear on his upcoming project Reese Vs. The World 3.
Similar to the manner in which white frat bros and their ilk descend upon South Padre Island for Spring Break, students from black colleges across the country would flock to ATL for a weekend of unrivaled debauchery.
Bryson Tiller gained our interest a few months back, when we stumbled across his Soundcloud page which is filled with smooth r'n'b gems as well as a mix of rapping. If you're new to his name, you should definitely check out "Don't," but basically eve
Since last year, Atlanta's Reese has been on a quiet-but-buzzy hot streak that's included collabs with Key!, Casey Veggies, OG Maco, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Ferg and many more. Today, he links up with another ATLien, Rich Homie Quan, for the aptly-named "Whoa."
As someone who emblazons his social media profiles with the harshest disses he's ever received, rather than hiding from them, I can really relate to the artwork on Money Makin Nique and Reese's new jam.
You've definitely heard a banger or two from producer Ducko McFli in the past, the Mike WiLL Made It-signed beatsmith cooked up music on the Ransom mixtape, in addition to Audio Push's recent release "Heavy," Drake's "Draft Day" and more.
Reese has been releasing music for a minute now, but he's still something of an underground in the Atlanta scene. It seems that his upcoming Jumping Off A Building EP (which is entirely produced by 808 mafia) may be his breakthrough moment.
Well, this was unexpected. Wiz Khalifa just dropped off a new track entitled "Simple Conversation" on his SoundCloud, and with no projects currently looming in his future, we're left to wonder where this one will land.
To hold fans over until the deluxe version of DSNRTRAPN drops, Atlanta’s own Reese decides to come through on this Halloween night and “treat” fans to a new freestyle over Wiz Khalifa’s 28 Grams’ cut “Foreign”.
Well this is unexpected, no matter how you slice it. First off, Reese, OG Maco and Casey Veggies, who have (to our knowledge) never collaborated before, all appear on Reese's new track "Parade," and even mores surprisingly, DJ Mustard's on the beat (hoe).
With OG Maco's "U Guessed It" and Father's "Wrist" making a lot of noise recently, Key! has been putting in a lot of big assists. The latest track which finds him in the passenger seat is a new effort from Atlanta's Reese.
DJ Osh Kosh, who is a member of the buzzing Two-9 collective, hits us with a banger today, a remix of "Digi Scale." The original just featured Lamb$, but now Key!, Tezo and Reese have been added to the mix. That ear-ringing production comes from Tuger.
Reese (ATL)'s chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Wakebake (Prod. By Jahlil Beats) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Reese (ATL) has been building over the years.
Bump Reese Mane La Flare (Prod. By Zaytoven), the latest cut from Reese (ATL). It was released on Wednesday, July 24th, 2013. Things are improving for Reese (ATL) with each new offering, and Reese Mane La Flare (Prod. By Zaytoven) is certainly no exception.
Bump Molly (Remix), the latest cut from Reese (ATL) which features Casey Veggies & Robb Bank$ on the assist. It dropped on Thursday, February 21st, 2013. Reese (ATL)'s horizons are broadening with each new release, and Molly (Remix) is no exception.
Bump Jane Fonda, the latest cut from Reese (ATL). It was released on Wednesday, February 6th, 2013. Things are improving for Reese (ATL) with each new offering, and Jane Fonda is certainly no exception.