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U know that GREAT FEELING you get when your favorite song comes on?...Well, Reezin gives you that "feel-good" feeling on every Hip-Hop song. He places an entertaining twist to life's drama, situations and relationships. You won't hear this music on the radio...find out why.


Imagine boiling a big pot of OutKast, then add a cup of Timberland, a tablespoon of Will Smith and a dash of West Coast flavor...What you'll get is one of the most mouth-watering styles of Hip-Hop ever created. The key ingredients include hot ass beats, unique vocal delivery and thought provoking lyrics that appeal to all music lovers. What you'll get is REEZIN! As a songwriter for the Hip-Hop, Pop, Gospel and R&B music genres, Reezin has completed close to 100 songs. As a Hip-Hop artist, he's sure to please the ears of all those who were raised on Hip-Hop, but who aren't in the club as much as they use to be. :-) If you like the kind of FUN hip-hop that makes you Feel Good without the profanity or stereotypes, then Reezin is for you. He is truly a breath of fresh air as he focuses his incredible talent to making Hip-Hop for grown folks. Unlike many mainstream rap artists who cater to the young, Reezin's primary focus is on the adult working-class 25 to 50. Reezin's songs place an entertaining twist to life's lessons, successes/failures, drama, relationships and money. Dont get it TWISTED, just because it's adult Hip-Hop, doesn't mean its old school; This music is truly "ground-breaking". Reezin is signed with the DFW Entertainment Group and recently completed his debut CD, "Have you seen Hip-Hop?". The album is a celebration of Hip-Hop and focused on reminding us that Hip-Hop is fun and should represent all of its fans. Speaking of fans, Reezin currently has approximately 13,000 fans, based on CD sales/downloads within a 6-month period. For additional information and artist photos, please visit or or


Whatever U Feel

Written By: Herman Cail

I don't care if you're divine or demonic,
If you're weak or bionic,
You smoke cigarettes or chronic,
You like Burger King or Sonic

We can just what you wanna do, we can go get the crew or just me and you.
Or we can go flow to the sto', I hope you got dough, 'cause I'm kind of low.
Or we can just ride in my ride, it's right outside; is that all right?
Whatever you feel, just make it real; we can steal a thrill or we can just chill

It don't matter who you are what you got, who you with or what you drive

Verse 1
I'm glad we finally had a chance to spend a night on the town, I see you grooving to the beat so let me turn up the sound.
It's kind of late up in the evening so the windows are closed, passing the blunt back and forth as the AC blows.
Who knows the thoughts in your head like the man at the wheel, you'll think I'm Guy from all the ways I can say lets chill.
Feel the words that I'm speaking, its going straight to your soul, I'm like a fire up in this world to keep you safe from the cold.
And I was taught as a youth, tell your lady the truth, so none of your friends should waste their wind trying to tear us a loose.
Let me tell you where I see us five years from this moment...fully established living lavish and all the haters up on it.

We can have some fun, there's no more sun
We can party all night until the morning light
If you wanna dance, then go dance get out of that stance take a chance
Or you can go your own way, forget what they say; go play no delay, but do it today
Whatever you fell just make it real, we can steal a thrill or we can just chill


I've never been the type to try out shine nobody; but I've always been the type to mack, I find somebody.
So if you don't like me, tough, I wear fly collars and cuffs; I like trippin, wilding out doing crazy stuff.
So I'm gonna let you make it, you do you man, don't fake it;
make your move, don't look back, this your chance, go take it.
I'm gonna do my thing, you do your thing, don't worry about me,
I'm grindin, got pep in my step, I got some hurry about me.
And these girls want me now 'cause I'm a little big boss;
big 6- high joker, king of the floss.
Besides I love this life of leisure, riding in plush; drop-top Jags, boning out player, woooo, what a rush.
What don't kill me makes me stronger, live dangerously, live longer; I gotta get I wrong or
Right, its a fight day by day and night by night;
all the things I said I'll never do, I've changed my mind, I might.


I Gotta Be There

Written By: Herman Cail

When my baby is born I gotta be there to cut the cord,
I wanna hang the sign in my ride that says “Baby on Board”.
and when he takes his first steps I gotta be there to help,
You gotta understand, It takes a man to raise a man.
I gotta teach him how to ride a bike, and fly a kite,
Teach how to tie his shoes…and wrong from right.
I gotta teach him how to play sports and make him a winner
And, oh yeah, I gotta be home for dinner.
I’ll be right there with you lady, chilling, killing time together,
Making you feel better, safer, during stormy weather.
I’ll be there in morning to kiss ya baby,
I gotta see my little girl become a young lady.
I gotta meet that dead man who comes to pick my daughter up,
If he ever treat her bad, he’s getting slaughtered up.
And honey, I know you can’t wait to lose that weight,
but if you don’t…or if you do, I’ll wait

I gotta be there for graduation and explanation,
observation, medication, transportation.
I gotta see my mom get married, and re-live her dreams,
I want ground floor seats for my favorite teams.
I wanna see my sister get out of debt, I haven’t seen that yet,
And see my brother get a job… I meant, “keep” a job
Speaking of jobs, seems like no one relaxes,
I gotta see ‘em outlaw income taxes.
I gotta see the Building Fund at our church get paid off,
I wanna see governors, senators and presidents laid-off.
And when I watch the news, I wanna see all good news.
I gotta see cars fly, and racism die.
I gotta be there to watch us grow old as we turn life’s page,
The kids are gone…and you’ve gotten more beautiful with age.
And when God says I’m done, I gotta approach his throne
And thank Him face-to-face for my whole life long.
I Gotta Be There


Look for songs: Born n da 70s, Traffic, and I Love Hip-Hop on CD,, or

Set List

I rotate a 4-to-5 song set of my original music when performing as an opening artist. If/When I'm asked to perform longer, I add hip-hop songs from today, as well as classic 80's/90's Hip-Hop Dance songs and throw in more of my original material.