Lil Reese has remained somewhat quiet on the music scene in the past few months. Despite his low profile, Reese made hard hitting features on a few tracks, including, Lil Herb’s “On My Soul” and “Bang Like Chop” with Chief Keef.
Reese’s brief hiatus from the music scene has some wondering if the Lamron spitter was still signed to Def Jam Records.
Reese silenced all speculation during an interview with WGCI’s DJ MoonDawg to say he is still a part of the Def Jam family.
“I rocks with Def Jam,” Reese said. “I’m still signed. Hopefully, we’ll get back up and take flight.”
Reese has new music planned with several artists outside of Chicago, including Young Scooter, Young Thug and Plies.
“I got a lot of features,” Reese said. “I just been doing features lately. I ain’t really got into nothing yet, but when I get into it, it’s gonna be good.”
“I got features with Scooter, features with Young Thugga, I got Plies hitting me up,” he continued. “I got all types of people hitting me up wanting to work. Just be looking soon.”
Reese hinted in late 2013 he was prepping two mixtape projects.
Lil Reese teased the idea of a possible sequel to his Def Jam EP “Supa Savage” after posting a rap lyric on Twitter.
“Niggaz fu yu mite catch me wit a few…SupaSavage2,” he wrote.
Lil Reese released the first installment of “Supa Savage” on Sept. 2, 2013.
Lil Reese also hinted “Don’t Like 2” mixtape.
The “Supa Savage” rapper posted the cover art from his classic solo debut mixtape “Don’t Like” to his IG account.
“Tbt who ready 4 Don’t like 2,” the caption on the photo read.
The project will feature production from Chi Town’s own super producer Young Chop.
Chop hinted the project was in the works with a subtle tweet to Lil Reese.
“@LilReese300 I don’t like 2? Wassup,” Chop asked.
Subscribe to KollegeKidd YouTube Channel by clicking here.
For Updates, Be sure to Follow kollegekidd.com on Twitter @KollegeKidd by clicking here.
You can also stay up-to-date by liking kollegekidd.com FaceBook Page by clicking here