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Watzreal / Press

“For being Watzreal‘s debut album “Wisdom Wit Attitude” this must be one of the best debut’s in Underground Hip Hop for 2015. His lyrical delivery, cadence, output, and writing ability on a whole different level in my opinion”

“Watzreal's newest single "Tell Me" is a heartfelt and soulful take on hip hop music. In his song, Watzreal gives an outpouring of emotion as he begs and pleads to be told why love is not actually like it is in the media and movies. He shows anger and sadness about how the media deceive us into believing relationships easy and straightforward.”

“There’s confident swagger and beastly aspiring artist hunger on display on highlights “Pride” and inspirational “The World Is Ours” which easily shows potential to be a breakout radio hit. Watzreal comfortably vacillates between modern Foreign Exchange type R&B on “Tell Me”, “What’s Right” and the l 80’s “Juicy” throwback R&B vibe on “Beauty and Brains”. As with many introspective records, the streets who raise you give but they also take away as harsh realities reveal themselves on “War Zone”, “Minds of A Mentor” and the candid discussion of suicidal thoughts on “My I.D.”. By the end of the album, you’ll root for Watzreal and want to start the journey all over again.”

“Rapper Watzreal has a “Wisdom Wit Attitude” visual on deck. Track “Tell Me” featuring Edgar Miranda elevates with a smart video and excellent direction by M. Payton. Watzreal educates his audience on the facts of love and promotes meaningful relationships”

“We often hear about superstars donating money to charities or even creating a charity with their name on it. It’s rare to see a young artist so invested in his community all while making a career out of music, but that is exactly what Watzreal (aka Ben White) is doing. Keep reading for my interview with him about his music, charity work, and his commitment to his community.”

"...this is a solid album, really. It has some great musical moments and strong rapping. There is enough variety here to keep it interesting start to finish, too."

“Watzreal’s album is part of a larger cultural movement towards positive and realistic representations of struggles, marginalized and alienated groups, and mental health. His well crafted debut album tackles many issues facing contemporary society which have largely been ignored. But through music and the hip-hop genre, hopefully that is about to change.”

"....consistent production choices, some really smart features, and good content."

“I must give props to Watzreal for putting on so many artists and he explains with his new bay lingo that it is not about one style but diversification.”

“My 23 yr old daughter introduced me to a couple of songs from his cd ;/) I grew up with the old Skool r&b and loved it! Beauty and brains is my fav. Good luck Watzreal with your future endeavors...this album is hella dope thumbs up to CA."”

“This is one of the best albums I've heard in a long time. Beaty and brains is my favorite.”

“Great production from a totally unique hip hop artist. World class tracks here”

Fluffer - Reverbnation fan

“Great jams, top production, catchy hooks, solid flows, very talented, You should be much higher in the charts, I am a fan”

Luka - Reverbnation Fan

“luv 'Love in the Bay and So Grown. 'Feel You' is my song!!! I love what u bring, something different. production is one of the best I've heard!!! ;)”

Venil - Reverbnation fan

“Easily some of the best Hip Hop I've heard in a long time! Nice verse!”

How To Avoid Art - Reverbnation fan

“Heard some really great production, tuneage and wordsmith action coming from your direction, too ... top stuff”

AvidD - Reverbnation fan

“If everyone followed 10 rap commandments world would be richer with good rap like yours!!”

Aze - Reverbnation fan

“The bluesy music mixed with hip hop vocals on Cold is brilliant”

Julie Stoner - Reverbnation fan