Wrekonize ft. J NICS & Ryan Evans - Silent Partner

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UPDATE: “Silent Partner” is no longer available to stream.

Earlier this month, Wrekonize hooked up with The DJBooth to drop his latest solo street release, The Rooftops Mixtape. Just in case the ¡MAYDAY! frontman’s name on the cover isn’t reason enough to give it a spin, the emcee has returned to our pages with Silent Partner, a standout cut certain to pique listener interest. Here, an ear-pleasing sample from Smokey Robinson’s Silent Partner in a Three-Way Love Affair (as flipped by beatsmith Matt Harris) backs Wrek as he recounts his romance with a woman like none other he’s ever met. Fellow Panhandle State repper J NICS pays tribute to his own main squeeze in a guest closing verse, and Ryan Evans contributes additional guest vocals. Feeling it? Then what are you waiting for—click here to stream and download Wrekonize’s latest opus for free in the Booth.

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