With hip hop culture growing to the masses, yet the essence rapidly fading away, King Reegz has been taking full advantage of his talents and opportunities. Fresh off of headlining the Beat Cellar tour with M Dot Brando and Jules Jones, Reegz is bringing his clever word play, charismatic stage performance and infectious energy to a stage and radio near you. Born in San Francisco California, during a time when Bay Area music and independent hustle was prominent, Reegz is no stranger to the grit and grind. Dropping multiple projects and features under the name Regal he has shared the stage with artists such as San Quinn, Lil KeKe, Paul Wall, Z-Ro, Big Mack, Tash, Jeff Turner and many more. In 2014 after a brief hiatus Regal decided to change his moniker to King Reegz in an attempt to reinvent himself. The first project dropped under that name was a mixtape entitled Reeg-Wu. This project garnered attention from fans locally and as far out as Japan. The demand for real hip hop was evident. In August of 2014 he teamed up with childhood friend Stilla and was welcomed into the Beat Cellar camp. Since aligning with the squad, Reegz has recorded a street album with Legendary Bay Area producer and engineer T.C. called "Long live the King" and has been sharing his brand of no holds barred hip hop on stages across California and Nevada. Reegz and Stilla have been working vigorously on the highly anticipated album "Clubber Lang", which dropped December 2016. Gritty, thought provoking, humorous and motivational are a few terms that can be used to describe the soon to be classic. Reegz is on his way up, and will leave no stone unturned on his journey to the top. Unwilling to sit on the sidelines and not be recognized anymore, Reegz feels the same way Clubber Lang did. "You had your shot... now give me mine!!!"