Since he jumped on the scene by destroying “Mechanics”, the Swizz Beatz powered ode to Method Man’s “Bring The Pain”, Reek Da Villain has been smashing every shape, form and fashion of a microphone in his path.
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While enjoying his status as an official draft pick of Busta’s Conglomerate crew, the L.I. Native takes time to speak on the album that helped get him there.
“The most influential Album for me had to be Nas “I Am” the bootleg version that got leaked. It was 20 plus songs of pure fire , every record was story, and it was right around the time when I was becoming a Man. It seemed like most of the sh*t he was spitting related to everything I was doing in the streets with my n*ggaz. Listening to that album is what made me start writing a lot of stories and conceptual type of joints.”
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