Spotlight Reem Skully (@ReemSkully)

2016 is shaping up to not only be a good year but also a busy one for rising hip hop star Reem Skully. The busy rapper has been spending a lot of hours in the studio working on new material while gearing up for the release of his latest EP scheduled to drop later this month.
“This latest project definitely has a lot of range. I talk about my experiences in the inner city,” stated the young rapper. “I’ve seen a lot growing up. You see everything. You see drugs, guns, death. It’s nothing knew, but it’s from my point of view. The things I’ve seen motivate me to go harder and be better.”

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The 5-track mixtape promises to not disappoint fans. For the rapper, he personally says he favorite single off the project is a track called “Stupid Guys.”
“It’s real smooth,” he said. “It’s about marijuana and the lifestyle that I live. It’s a fun track.”
When fans hear his upcoming mixtape for the first time, he hopes they get inspired and feel that they can conquer the world.
“You hear a young dude you can relate to. I’ve struggle in my personal life and trying to do better for myself,” stated Reem Skully. “I think I give a blue print for how you’re supposed to carry yourself. I recently had a daughter, and it’s taught me to grow up. With trials and tribulations, they can end up bringing you down or you can use it as a tool to excel.”
While great things are on the horizon for this young talented artist, he wants to always be described as an individual and unlike anything listeners have ever heard before.
“If you’re really being authentic, and you’re really being true to yourself you can’t really compare yourself to nobody else,” he stressed.
For those who haven’t heard of Reem Skully, remember his name. It won’t be the last time you’ve heard of it.
“I’m really excited about everything. I’m ready to go. I’m ready to take off with this. It’s going to be a game changer for me,” stated the ambitious rapper.
To learn more about Reem Skully, check him out on Twitter and SoundCloud.com.

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