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LRev – Hot 16s Vol. 14 [Video]

Calgary, AB – On Christmas Day, LRev and Levente Kovacs (of LK Visuals) released another Hot 16 video for LK’s ongoing series. For this verse, LRev spit some bars over a Mobb Deep beat and things got pretty hungry. Check it out below.

LRev – Hot 16s Vol. 14 [Video] -

For those of you who aren’t familiar with LRev, he came up in the battle scene. He recently linked up with Calgary rapper Noetic to form the Myriad duo. Their first performance together was back at the end of August at the Beat Street West competition. By November they’d already landed themselves on the opening roster for Mac Miller’s show in Calgary. You may have caught LRev opening for Madchild in the YYC last night, as well.

The Myriad dudes are definitely on the rise. And they have a sweet debut mixtape coming out soon. So while you’re waiting on the drop of that, peep the video. And get at our guy Levente Kovacs via the LK Visuals website you’re interested in doing some Hot 16 business.

Twitter: @LRev403 | @LKvisuals

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