REKS - How Can It Be

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: REKS
Producer:
Static Selektah
Album:
Grey Hairs

Remember that feeling you got after dropping 17 hard-earned dollars on your favorite rapper’s new album, and after one listen, you realized it was awful?  In addition to being broke, you became angry, frustrated and confused.  However, the one feeling that trumped the rest was that of pure disappointment.  Thus, in an effort to make sure none of his listeners feel the same way about his music, rapper REKS has promised that “disappointment is not an option” for his upcoming album, Grey Hairs.  On the first single from the LP, REKS hooks up with producer Static Selektah for the powerful throwback track, How Can It Be?  A great question; listen for the answer.

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