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Wrekonize / Press

“​Wrekonize has had an incredible roller-coaster of a career over the last decade. His earliest claim to fame stemmed from appearances on the now-infamous MTV Battles, which then led to a multi-year stint with now-defunct Miami record label South Beat Records. During his time on South Beat, Wrekonize was able to record tons of music with various producers (both big-time and little-known) that made for a decent album that unfortunately never saw the light of day. Fast-forward a couple years, and Wrekonize has joined the lineup of one of Miami's hardest-hitting bands, Mayday! Not only did he add a very complementary voice to the band, but it seems that since joining Mayday, Wrekonize has been able to really transform his sound and his artistry.”

“New album from ¡MAYDAY! member Wrekonize. The aptly named album, A Soiree For Skeptics, is a 20 track “61 minute journey through the last few years of [his] music and outlook on the world and life and all that good shit”. The download is a bit on the heavy side, but it’s definitely worth it. The album is of course free of charge but there are a couple of ways that you can support him, just follow the link below. This is no doubt an amazing collection of music from one of the voices of ¡MAYDAY!. What’s even more ridiculous, is that even after this album, you still have Stuck On An Island to look forward too. ”

“Wrek's dominance of MTV's 2004 freestyle battle -- and churned out track after track of streetwise insight into life just short of the big leagues. Stylistically, the two counter each other beautifully: Where Butta's unpredictable, hopscotchy flow is risky and often thrilling, Wrekonize stays perfectly on-point, smoothing out the beat like a warm iron over a silk shirt. So what gives Wrekonize the edge? It's his spectacular Waiting Room mixtape, a supertight showcase of every reason why this 22-year-old is major-label material. It's the best local hip-hop release of the year, and that makes Wrek our hip-hop artist of the year.”

“The transition from battle emcee to full-fledged artist can sometimes prove to be a difficult move for most (cough, Jin), but the product of Miami’s Wrekonize is turning out to be quite impressive. Out To Get Me is Wrekonize’s lyrical account of his experiences with trifling and two-faced friends that includes captivating production work by Denaun Porter, also known as Kon Artis of D-12. What really rounds out this song is the appearance of mainstream tested; hood approved Busta Rhymes with his ever present magnetic flow, forever drawing the listener deeper and deeper into his tales of treachery. Wrekonize proves that with hot beats and ever hotter rhymes that this Hip-Hop thing doesn’t have to be hard. ”