King Reign ft. The Rezza Brothers - The Future

Posted 2 years ago
Tags: King Reign , Indie
The Rezza Brothers
Reign Music Vol. 2 EP

Unless you have a fully functional crystal ball or you happen to be Marty McFly, there is no way to tell what The Future will look like. Though it is just conjecture, King Reign gives a pretty detailed (not to mention plausible) explanation of what he thinks the world will look like years from now on his latest single. Atop the The Rezza Brothers’ poignant beat, which is driven by a smooth, swooning piano section, Reign’s deep, pronounced flow does the heavy lifting. His approach is engaging, but his lyrics are even more gripping. In his verses, he predicts (among other things) that technological advances will enable you to enjoy holographic concerts right in your living room. This compelling cut is part of Reign’s Reign Music Vol. 2 EP, due out later this month.

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