Wrekonize - The Rooftops Mixtape

Posted 3 years ago

Fresh off guesting on Saheed's Times Up and J NICS & DJ Burn One's "On the Go," Strange Music signee and DJBooth fave Wrekonize has unleashed his latest solo street album for digital download. Presented by ¡MAYDAY! (Wrek's live-band hip-hop crew) and Burn One, The Rooftops Mixtape is the final installment in the artist's Waiting Room trilogy, following previous tapes The Waiting Room and Elevator Music.

The the 22-track set features guest appearances by Bernz, Blueprint, J NICS, Joell Ortiz, Rittz, Rudi Goblen and Ryan Evans, and packs original production from Achilles, DJ Burn One, Matt Harris and Outer Space Eddie.

The Rooftops Mixtape will act as the lead up to Wrekonize's forthcoming solo album, The War Within, set for release this summer via Strange Music.

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