Wrekonize - The War Within

Posted 3 years ago

Wrekonize, the Miami rhymesayer who rose to prominence as frontman of Booth-acclaimed live-band hip-hop crew ¡MAYDAY!, is now venturing into solo territory with Strange Music debut full-length The War Within. Preceded by February's The Rooftops Mixtape, the LP boasts 17 tracks' worth of original material, including "Anxiety Attacks," "We Got Soul" and the DJBooth-premiered "Freak." Throughout the set, Wrek is joined on the mic by Bernz, Bun B, Crooked I, Liz Suwandi, Posdnuos and label boss Tech N9ne. Beats come courtesy of DJ Sharpsound, Gianna Cash, Beatnick & K-Salaam, Miami Beat Wave, Plex Luthor, Seven, StreetRunner and WillPower, among others.

The War Within is available for stream exclusively at The DJBooth and available for purchase at the link above.

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