Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme

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Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme
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Studio album by Reks
Released March 8, 2011
Recorded 2010
Genre Hip hop
Label ShowOff Records, Brick Records
Producer The Alchemist, DJ Premier, Statik Selektah, Fizzy Womack, Hi-Tek, Sean C & LV, Nottz, Pete Rock, Sha Money XL
Reks chronology
More Grey Hairs
(2009)More Grey Hairs2009
Rhythmatic eternal king supreme
(2011)
Straight, No Chaser
(2012)Straight, No Chaser2012

Rhythmatic Eternal King Supreme is the fourth studio album by rapper Reks. the album was released on March 8, 2011, under ShowOff and Brick Records. The album received favorable reviews from most music critics. The album was nominated for Hip-Hop Album of the Year for the Boston Music Awards and the UMA.[1][2][3] It features production from producers including The Alchemist, DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Nottz and Hi-Tek.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer Length
1. "25th Hour" DJ Premier 4:12
2. "Thin Line" Pete Rock 3:22
3. "Limelight" Nottz 3:47
4. "Kill Em" Sean C & LV 3:15
5. "This or That" Statik Selektah 3:26
6. "Why Cry" (featuring Styles P) The Alchemist 3:21
7. "Face Off" (featuring Termanology) Sha Money XL 4:02
8. "The Wonder Years" Hi-Tek 3:59
9. "This Is Me" (featuring DJ Corbett) Mike Frey 3:26
10. "Mr. Nobody" Statik Selektah 4:27
11. "The Underdog" Blaze P 3:24
12. "U Know" (featuring Freeway) Hi-Tek 4:46
13. "Cigarettes" (featuring Lil' Fame) Fizzy Womack 4:21
14. "Mascara (The Ugly Truth)" Statik Selektah 3:40
15. "Like A Star" Statik Selektah 3:52
16. "Self Titled (Bonus Track)" Statik Selektah 3:20

Charts[edit]

Chart (2011) Peak
position
US Top Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[4] 41
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)[5] 72

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