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Dawreck / Press

“Chicago vet Dawreck is scheduling to drop his new project, Live From Chi-Rek on December 21st, and today he gives us another joint from said project, featuring EDub and Dutch. But for Rek’s project, there is a catch, and that being you must attend his release party to get a copy. For now, he’s only passing out hard copies. It will eventually hit the internet, but diehard Rek fans must be in attendance for that first listen. The event will take place on 12/21 at Bobby McGee’s. But until then, check out “Blow.””

“I took a look at this one on the strength of Tragedy tha Beast’s music this year. But in truth all of these emcees can spit over this banger produced by KA Beats. Elementz Emcee, Tragedy, and Dawreck all bloody up this track with some tough lines. I am not sure where this track was lifted off of or whether or not it’s part of a larger project, but enjoy.”

“The Wreckoning is here! Dawreck was in Hollywood working on this fresh project which is fully recorded and produced by The Legendary Traxster. It’s a free download using a unique marketing tactic in the form of a “pay with a tweet” (ingenious). Click the link above and simply follow the instructions on tweeting the debut of this release, and you get the entire EP including a movie trailer for “The Wreckoning” single. Miller Street Studios has been a devoted supporter of Dawreck, and we are preparing an interview to get the inside scoop of his next move with Traxster Inc. Don’t switch that dial!”

“The album features collaborations from previously mentioned Chris Brown, DaWreck, and Ray J along with Tia, B. Scott, Waka Flocka Flame and Yo Gotti.”

“TWV: The intro to this album, “Darkness” with Dawreck was dope, but to some degree, it seemed like Buk was missing. Are we going to see anymore collaborations with him? T: Definitely. That’s my homie from Chi Town. My sound is kinda married into his. That’s one of my favorite artists to work with. I wanted to switch it up. I knew that the voice was different, but we’re all in the same crew. I used Young Buk on the intro a few times, so I wanted to switch it up from Psychodrama to Triple Darkness; the Chicago fans understand exactly what I was doing. ”

“The typhoon is at its fiercest in songs like, “Darkness” and “Up To Speed,” which happen to be some of the best songs Twista has ever released. The murkier beats are clearly where he thrives and his signature double time flow steals the show. His grade-A production by The Legendary Traxter”

“On his eighth outing, Twista assumes the identity of whatever track he thinks will get him airplay. The album starts off with the sinister "Darkness." The piano loops are aptly dark and cinematic like a horror flick. It's the perfect intro to The Perfect Storm. You'll have to wait 20 minutes before coming across a track as grimy as this one.”

“1. Darkness (Feat. Dawreck Of Triple Darkness) The last album Twista featured Buk (of Psychodrama) on the into and this time he has Dawreck. This has the classic intro with Traxster talking that Adrenaline Rush & Category F5 had. The instrumental is classic Traxster with a twista vocal sample “You Don’t Wanna Bring Darkness Into This”. It’s one of the best songs on the album. ”