Long Beach-born, NYC-residing buzzmaker Marcè Reazon has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his digital debut album, A View to Kill.
Recorded over the past year in the artist’s Brooklyn studio apartment, the project features 11 original records from the producer and audio engineer-turned-solo artist. Included is reader-approved lead single “Sad Beginnings.” Joining Reazon on the guest tip throughout A View to Kill are Dusty Roze, Jon Hope, Kyle Lucas, Ro Ransom and Troy Ave. All beats come courtesy of Reazon himself.
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The Boss drops another WSHH Exclusive. “Presidential” is directed by DRE films and ofcourse features an Obama audio sample – why wouldn’t it. MMG are on top of the world right now and Ross delivers another A-Class performance over a soulful record. Very nice.
You know we real partial to some serious “Southern” heat. Got to admit, we straight up massive Gotti fans. He one of the hardest working guys in hip-hop and has earned his success. Great freestyle video from him over Chief Keef’s beat. Directed by Justin Lopez.
Quickly following the release of the trailer, Marcè Reazon comes through with the visuals to ‘Weston’, one of the lead tracks off of his highly anticipated A VIEW TO KILL mixtape. Weston contains a feature from artist Dusty Roze. Weston, as well as the whole mixtape was entirely self produced, written, recorded, mixed & mastered by Marcè Reazon. A View to Kill is set to drop on 9.27.12 and contains features from Ro Ransom, Trouble Andrew, Troy Ave, Kyle Lucas, Jon Hope, and a few others. Be on the look out for the next release, Sad Beginnings, to drop on 9.13.12.
Shorty Lo teams with three of the hottest up and coming MCs in the game, Lola Monroe, Tiffany Foxx and Jai Jai. Great club track and as always Shorty provides a quality hook – hoping for a remix with a verse from him. From his mixtape – “Million Dollar Man.”