Listen to the powerful new song, “I Remember” from Rico Recklezz. The new track was uploaded to WSHH, as Rico sheds light on his upbringing as a young child in Chicago.
Rico raps about his childhood in new song, “I Remember”
In the new track, Recklezz raps about growing up in a single family household and how experiencing poverty at such a young age affected his self-esteem. Rico shares that he used to wear the same clothes to school – even sharing wardrobes with his sister.
Watch the new official music video “I Remember”
Rico drops his new track as a WorldStarHipHop Exclusive Music Video
“I Remember” dropped on May 18th, and has earned over 343,608 views on YouTube.
New Interview: Rico Recklezz Explains Why he hasn’t bonded out Ewol Samo
New Interview with SayCheeseTV: Rico Recklezz spoke with SayCheeseTV regarding the incarceration of his cousin, Ewol Samo. Ewol was locked up for his 4th gun-related crime, with a $600,000 bond. Samo was attempting to get his life together, and now faces up to 20 years in prison.
Rico Recklezz says Ewol Samo is facing 20 years in prison
Fresh off a XXL nomination, the “KushSmokeGunSmoke” rapper is on tour, and even performed at SXSW this year. Rico explains that every time his friends get locked-up, he sends them money and makes sure they’re taken care of.
20 grand in my hand that’s bait, 20 shots get to aiming at your face, all my n*ggas gang-gangin’ in the party, he got killed – his dumb ass tried to rob me.
Rico Recklezz and Laka Films
Laka Films is the producer that earned Famous Dex national attention for the song “Drip From My Walk,” eventually launching Dexter into stardom. Shortly after, Famous Dex teamed up with Rich The Kid and 300 Entertainment.
After initially trading shots back and forth solely on social media – the beef between Rico Recklezz and the Detroit-based rapper Snap Dogg has turned personal. Rico Recklezz made the drive to Detroit and posted a video of himself in Snap Dogg’s neighborhood Mack Ave. Allegedly, while Rico was at a club in Detroit, someone opened fire outside of the night club.
The confrontation was ending between Rico Recklezz and Snap Dogg, until Snap Dogg said he’d do a video on Lil Jojo’s grave during his live Instagram feed. Now, the situation is getting more dangerous, as other rappers like FBG Duck, and P.Rico were called out by Snap Dogg.
@IamAkademiks bitch I been accepted da fight he an his people called my phone saying it was for publicity dey called u it off 💯 now he jus
What’s Happened in Chicago’s Drill Music Scene in 2016?
In 2016, Chicago has experienced the deadliest year in almost 20 years. A December news article published by Newsweek, gained insight into the world of Chicago’s ongoing issues with gang related violence.Rico Recklezz, a Chicago Drill Rapper and member of the Black P Stones stated: “If they cut off all the social media sites, I ain’t gonna lie, it’ll stop some killing.”
2016 Best Drill Rappers
Rico Recklezz had a year to remember in 2016. Not only did he release the popular summer diss track titled “Hit Em Up,” Rico was in a highly publicized feud with Soulja Boy. After Soulja Boy tweeted that he had a $100,000 bounty for the death of Rico Recklezz, Rico and his cousin Ewol Samo flew to L.A. to confront Soulja Boy. Soulja Boy quickly deleted the threats he made on Twitter, claiming that it was only for Social Media when confronted by a ‘Chicago OG.’
G Herbo, (Originally known as Lil Herb), is a famous drill rapper that was signed by a record label for his popular mixtape “Welcome To Fazoland,” released the mixtape “Strictly 4 My Fans” in November of 2016. The mixtape featured his friend, Lil Bibby, another well-known Chicago Drill Rapper, made waves when he announced he would attend college on a full-ride scholarship to study Computer Science.
Lil Durk, the founder of OTF, released his second studio album titled ‘Lil Durk 2x.’ The second studio album from Lil Durk earned national praise, that only increased his top-dog status as the featured mainstream Chicago Drill Artist.
The Death of Chicago Music Producer Smylez
When the news broke surrounding the tragic death of Smylez – who was one of the most talented music producers in Chicago, hit the Chicago hip-hop community hard. Even Chicago Rap icons Chance The Rapper and Lupe Fiasco expressed their condolences.
G Herbo, formerly known as Lil Herb, is an American Hip hop and Drill rapper from Chicago, Illinois. G Herbo’s birth name is Herbert Wright, and earned recognition following his debut mixtape, Welcome To Fazoland.
Rico Recklezz is a drill rapper from South Side, Chicago, IL. Read more to learn about the entertaining rapper also known as “KushSmokeGunSmoke.” Stay up to date on new music and news from Rico Recklezz.
Drill Rapper & Music Producer Smylez (BrickSquad 069), was one of the most respected producers in Chicago. Smylez even produced beats for King Louie, and many other famous drill rappers. Tragically, Smylez passed away in on October 27, 2016, due to a brain aneurysm.