Check out Rico Recklezz’s new “Cold Cut” clip

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Directed by lewisyounasty Mr. Recklezz returns with a brand new high end video — this one for his “Cold Cut.” …

Watch Rico Recklezz’s new video for “Free Da Gang”

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Directed by Laka Films Rico is back with a brand new video, dedicated to his homies who are locked down. …

Stream Rico Recklezz’ new mixtape ‘Big Recklezz’

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The wild and always entertaining Rico Recklezz is back with a brand new 15-song mixtape. This one is called Big …

Rico Recklezz flips Tay K’s hit in his new video for “The Safe”

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Tay K’s “The Race” is absolutely blowing up right now. However, he’s not home to celebrate. But many artists — …

Spenzo drops “Stop Me” featuring Rico Recklezz & Nuskie

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Spenzo and Rico Recklezz enemies? Nah never that. But despite past diss songs, the two show it’s all love alongside Nuskie on this new joint called “Stop Me.” Try and stop their shine if you want, but you’re just wasting your time.

As an added bonus check out an exclusive Spenz interview w/ Zack TV where he talks about being signed at 16 and much more.

Soulja Boy Still At It: Puts A $100K Bounty On Chicago Rapper, Then Deletes Tweets

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(AllHipHop News) Chicago rapper Soulja Boy is entangled in a new beef, in which he once again threatened to kill a rival.

Soulja Boy is beefing with a Chicago rapper named Rico Recklezz, who offered up some support for Lil Yachtie, after Soulja Boy threatened him and dared him to come to Chicago on social media posts.

Rico Recklezz offered up some support to Lil Yachtie and told him he was welcomed in Chicago at any time (in so many words).

Soulja Boy didn’t take kindly to Lil Yachtie’s alliance with Rico Recklezz, and the situation devolved from there.

Over the weekend, Soulja Boy threatened to put a $100,000 hit on Rico Recklezz during an exchange between the pair on social media, before deleting the posts.

Rico Recklezz apparently captured the now deleted tweets, and posted them to his Instagram page.

Thankfully, it appears the Chicago rapper isn’t taking things too serious, and instead challenged Soulja Boy to a boxing match.

But, the violence in Chicago is real.

Over the weekend, 9 people were killed and another 42 were injured during shootings in the latest outburst of the city, between Friday and Sunday.

It appears that Soulja Boy’s threats also scare some of his rivals.

Just last week, Soulja was sued by New Orleans rapper Skrill Dilly, for allegedly putting out a $10,000 hit on him for stepping Soulja’s feud with ex-girlfriend, Nia Riley.

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Rico Recklezz holds nothing back on “No Talking” video

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Directed by Laka Films

Rico Recklezz has definitely had an interesting 2016, and he keeps interest at an all time high with his brand new video for “No Talking.” In the clips, he has harsh words for Soulja Boy, seemingly in response to his beef with Lil Yachty (which I thought was squashed). Apparently, Soulja fired off some threats via Twitter last night, but I’m gonna leave that there. Watch the video below.

Sidebar: It appears Rico is rocking with the Cubs heavy on this one.

Watch Spenzo Respond to Rico Recklezz at Hip-Hop Summer Fest

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Back in July, Chicago rapper Rico Recklezz had the entire city talking after dropping his diss record “Hit Em Up,” which took aim at pretty much every single rapper in the city. Rico very much styled his diss after 2Pac’s classic track of the same name, leaving no stone unturned.

Well, yesterday at the first annual Hip-Hop Summer Fest in Chicago, Spenzo responded to his fellow Chicagoan with a diss record of his own. Listen to Rico’s original and Spenzo’s return fire below.

Let’s keep this on wax people!