Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Indie


Sounds like

Thundamentals, 360, Seth Sentry, Drapht


band members

REAMS


Influences

Eminem, Drapht, Downsyde, Thundamentals, 360, Sticky Fingers


Unearthed artists we like

Gaspar Sanz, Marksman Lloyd , Pez


Website

www.youtube.com/thereams

Bio

Originally from the UK, Reams moved to the pearly sands of Western Australia at the impressionable age of 10. After five years of residing on the West Coast - at 15 years old Reams found his love for Australian MC’s along with the culture. Reams began writing rhymes to pass the bad days, slowly developing a knack for writing conjoined lyrics with melody and subtle digs at the pretend rappers of the day. “My songs are written mostly from life experiences and the many mistakes and choices that I make along the way. I want to start making more tracks about the positive parts of life, but I’ve got a lot I’m still dealing with, and it’s just what comes out when I write. I’ve felt there’s no better medication than locking yourself in a room and just smashing out a verse of shit that’s weighing on your mind, you know?"

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Review

pokejay

15 Feb 2018

25

Chorus is holding the track together. Would of liked more flow change up for the verses.

Chorus is holding the track together. Would of liked more flow change up for the verses.

Review

p33m

04 Feb 2018

50

This track is a perfect change of pace from the previous songs. Top quality production and the timeless REAMS lyrical hooks keep you listening and wanting more, if this is anything to go by 2018 is going to be huge!

This track is a perfect change of pace from the previous songs. Top quality production and the timeless REAMS lyrical hooks keep you listening and wanting more, if this is anything to go by 2018 is going to be huge!

Review

Review by Aaron Hayes Aaron Hayes

18 Oct 2017

Super Reviewer
45

I thought RIP My Heart was killa, this is something else entirely. Expecting big things for Reams.

I thought RIP My Heart was killa, this is something else entirely. Expecting big things for Reams.