DMV artist Rob Regal unleashed the first street single from his upcoming project The Reflection on the masses just a few short days ago. The project is scheduled to drop sometime this Fall. The song is called “Number One” and is produced by SuprDopeBeats.
The production here is fire. The snazzy infrastructure, groovy secondary ingredients, contagious rhythm, and flavorful vibe blend together sensationally. The hook is solid. The delivery is a spirited clip and the lyrics are concise. The verses are ridiculous. Rob Regal doles out a relentless flow, genius wordplay, and blazing rhymes. He proves without a shadow of a doubt that he is amongst the best of the best in this Hip-Hop game. Some attention grabbing lines from his demonstration include: “Never been the type for tight clothes and the big chains. Didn’t think it fit me, double entendre. If you caught it then get me. Leader mentality. Born in the 80’s. But my heart’s from the 50’s. Sex game like I’m stroking in the 60’s. So no matter your memory of me, I’m making history. Sorry to my fans. I missed y’all like you missed me. From here on, I’m 10 toes down ’til I’m six feet.” Those are some deviceful bars right there. As a whole, this is an A-1 choice for the first project leak.
**My Two Cents: This song is a smash inside and out. The production is of an exceptional quality and Rob Regal snapped on the content. I am definitely excited to hear the rest of the material that is going to be on The Reflection. Also, a congratulations is in order. Rob along with numerous other fortunate talents is heading to the infamous A3C Festival in Atlanta. This year it takes place from October 8th to the 12th. Rob will be a part of the Live On Arrival showcase which is scheduled for opening day. The Illixer wishes him safe travels and a dope show. -MinM