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The Rel One

by Relentlezz Dre

Relentlezz. That's all that needs to be said.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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1. Intro
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2. Rap Monster
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3. Holdin Steady
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4. MD DC VA /Feat. Flaw & Poppi
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5. You Can Bounce
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6. Still Sleepin
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7. You Gonna / Feat. J. Sparka
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8. Porno Movie
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9. 4 Ever King of MD
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10. Don't Play That / Feat. K-Mont
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11. Live As U Learn / Feat. Fatz Corleone
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12. Cuz I'm Relentlezz / Feat. De'Aticuz
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13. Club or Thug / Feat. ELO
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14. MD DC VA Remix / Feat. K.O.A.
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15. Victory
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Heavily influenced by major Rap artists Bone Thugz & TechN9ne. Andree' Butler began delving and concentrating on writing his street floetry in 1998. Improving upon his rap writing skills and flow for 3 years straight and without a resource and clue as to how he would enter the local DC Rap scene. Upon improving his rhyme skills and flow, Andree' dubbed himself Relentlezz Dre and set out on his personal journey to attend local shows and events. And by chance, one day, he meets De'Aticus of Flip The Script Entertainment, where they networked and cliqued up together. Sometime later Andree' would record his first professional track with De'Aticus in 2001 at Horizon Studios in Maryland.

From there Andree' Butler would set out on his own and decided he would work his day job and pay for his own beats and record his own songs at City Vibe Recordings in Maryland from late 2001 to late 2002. To promote himself; Andree' would burn and give out more than 260 CDs [2 songs] in MD & DC for promotional reasons to little or no avail. But in the summer of 2002, he returned to his beginnings for another collaborative recording session with De'Aticus on a track called "Every Uprise, There's A Downfall" (unreleased). He has also done collaborative work with his closest Rap affiliatez and friends: Flaw & Poppi aka Da Slimmz and ELO from IronBeatz Productions.


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Sophia AkA CeRtiFieD DyMe

The BesT & I know U can Do better ...
Dre, Good work on the album!! I cannot insist on how much I love your energy on this album. I can see how all your hard work and dedication paid off! Ur a star in my eyez foreva homie! Keep shinin, keep writing and dont let the world shake you but vice versa...I love you bitch! MuaHz

Skinny Corleone, CEO

One of the Tightest if not THEE Tightest Rap artist in the DC, MD and VA region,
This CD is brought to you by 48th/49th Records. The same label that brought you: the Angel Thugz Maxi Single, Skinny Corleone Presents: Tha Houze of Reprezentativez Compilation Volume 1, Fatz Corleone: Boss Of My Power, the 48th-49th Compilation Volume 1 and now: THE REL ONE aka King of Maryland!!! Come check out and vote for his music video at www.dcraptv.com - Relentlezz Dre is the most loyal and hardest working artist I have ever had on my label and he deserves your support. Becuz for One - this is a fireman CD - Just like ALL the releases from 48th-49th Records. So Stay Tuned for a whole lot more . . . COMING SOON!!!

Big Poppa Nard

Relentlezz IS The Future And The Future Is NOW!!!
As one of the producers of Relentlezz Dre, I have watched him grow and mature as an artist. I am very proud of his hard work and energy he puts into his art. This is the first of many great cds that represent Maryland to the fullest! Support Relentlezz Dre and 48th-49th Records!!!

kritik wid' a kapital "k"

dre aight but.....
da relentlezz dre debut was hot...but y'all really need to check out ya boy kapers & da one shot gang. with a set first quarter '06 release, kapers is sure to grab the attention of millions. so with that in mind....it's one shot bitch!!!!!!!

Elo Ironbeatz Beeeeyotch!!!

The CD is hot!!!
Yo if yall ever wanted a nigga that ain't scared to rep his set, Relentlezz is that nigga. The production is one of the tightest local pieces of work I've heard thusfar. Dre's energy is incredible!! If u don't cop this Cd..you're playing yaself short!!

Joey Orion

Relentlezz Dre on the come up
The Rel One is amazingly good. I enjoyed every track on it and listened to it without skippin a single song the night it came in the mail. I really enjoyed this album and am anxious to see what he does next. I liked it so much I rock it on my iPod.

Nunu aka Big Brown

Realiest shit Relentlezz ever wrote
Tha album is tha realiest shit that any nigga wrote. No fake shit, just tha real! No pictionary or dictionary, just "A Rap Monster"