P. Reign Releases 'Realest In The City' Feat. Meek Mill & PARTYNEXTDOOR: 'Dear America EP' Tomorrow

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Coming off the recent success of his "Dear America" mixtape, P. Reign has decided to release another one of the tracks off his "Dear America EP" which hits iTunes tomorrow.

"Realest In the City" featured Meek Mill and PARTYNEXTDOOR. The song is produced by Boi-1da & The Maven Boys and it resembles much of the production that is featured on PARTYNEXTDOOR's album with a bit of a twist. The song is all about repping the city that the artists are from with both PARTY and Reign being from Toronto, the song is heavily slated to the T Dot lifestyle.

Mill adds a bit of diversity with his unique flow spitting a short but effective verse that brings it all together.

The production is applause worthy as it features one of Boi-1da's famous breakdowns and heads right back into the original beats.

The OVO affiliate released a mixtape via HotNewHipHop.com last week and has been generating buzz for his EP by releasing some of the major features which include "DnF" featuring Drake and Future, as well as "Chickens" Featuring Waka Flocka Flame.

His song "We Them" featuring A$AP Rocky is also featured on the upcoming EP and was released as a single.

Check out "Realest In the City" below.