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Rec Riddles

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 www.recriddlesmusic.bandcamp.com

Rec Riddles has a sound reminiscent of a Blackstarr and Jadakiss collaboration. If you like a beat that knocks with hard hitting lyrics, he’s your go to  guy. He is on his way to becoming a well known producer and has already started leaving his mark on the St. Louis underground scene. Many of your favorite local artist are rocking Rec Riddle beats and features, and still, he makes time to focus on his own music.

“Making music is complete therapy for me and having the ability to share my thoughts and emotions with the world is an absolute bonus for me. I started to self-produced because I know what kind of musical backdrop I wanted to tell my story on as well as being another avenue for my artistic expression.”

Rec Riddles certainly has a way of telling a story. This can be heard on his album, Omega March EP. Self produced in only 3 weeks, Omega March takes you through a journey of set backs and achievements with lyrics performed over eclectically inspired hip hop beats. If you have a love for old school 90’s, East Coast hip hop, then look no further. Rec has it covered.

If you want to catch a show, and you should, you can catch him at SLUMfest 2016, June 25th at 2720 Cherokee. Not really a “crowd person,”  but need to hear some new music? No problem. His album,  Brilliant But Disturbed, drops June 29th.

Recent Release: Omega March 3 www.audiomack.com/artist/rec-riddles

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Jasmine Miciele is a weird kid who's caught up in life. She has a passion for everything beautifully peculiar and lives a very happy life as a fly on the wall. Jasmine wishes to spread the joy of all that she experiences through her writing. She's best described as idiosyncratic.
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