With the help of Drake, P Reign made a big impression on the rap community when he released his Dear America EP in 2014. The project spawned notable bangers including the Drizzy and Future-assisted "DnF" and "Realest in the City." Reign keeps his momentum going with the visual for "Realest in the City" featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR and Meek Mill.

In the stylish visual, P Reign and PND show us why stunting is a habit by pulling up in some big boy whips. Party is pushing a blue Bentley on the highway, all while crooning his hypnotic hook, which emphasizes why he truly is a gift from the Six. "White on white ghost, that's my little Amber Rose," sings PND.

Then P Reign hops in and ruminates about his dark days in a cell. "Raising hell when i wrote this in the cell and posted bail / Man my boy just got convicted for a M and got an L," he raps.

After P Reign lays down his verse, we veer over to L.A. where we link up with Meek Mil. The rapper spews a venomous verse highlighting his exemplary street prowess, while DJ Mustard coyly plays the background.

Sometimes you gotta do it for the streets and P Reign definitely delivers on not only this record, but the video as well. Go and give a spin and make sure you check out his Dear America EP.

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