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MP3 Reign - The Reigny Day Opus

The hip-hop deviation of an orchestral concert. The premise of the album is based on the process of attending an Opus. There are 23 acts (Songs) on the album with 26 artists contributing various pieces that make the Opus what it is.

23 MP3 Songs
HIP-HOP/RAP: Alternative Hip Hop, CLASSICAL: Orchestral

Show all album songs: The Reigny Day Opus Songs

-The album concept was thought up back in 2004 while Reign was a student at Madison Media Institute. Reign actually recorded the "Reigny Day Intro" as a class project. Therese Genis and David Wheaton volunteered their voices to this orchestrally inspired piece

-After a half-year recording gig in Atlanta, Reign returned to Madison,WI in mid- 2006

-The album commenced in April of 2007 with the recording of "Limelight." This track is straight hip-hop and all drums. Reign, Substance, Fluxx, and Camario all lent powerful performances and burned a hole through this joint

-The remainder of the 21 tracks were a whirlwind of collaborations featuring 26 total recording artists

-"Go Get ''Em" was inspired by the lifestyle that the Reigny Day Team can''t seem to get away from. This was actually one of the first songs that Reign ever recorded with Camario and CousCous

-"No Coincidence" was a collaboration done between AD of The Crest, Fluxx, & Camario. AD recorded the track at a separate studio and after some slick engineering/production work became one of the best tracks on the album. Fluxx wrote and performed this unique hook which compliments the drastic chorus change

- Reign met Profound at a mutual friends birthday party and the two spoke of collaborating. The result of this meeting was "Broadband Love." Reign wrote the hook while CousCous added the sweet vocals. J Stills recorded and wrote the bridge/verse and it turned out to be one of the catchier tunes on the album

-"Dome" is a funny track about receiving fellatio = head= "Dome." We surprisingly got a friend of ours to sing the hook. She''s actually kind of embarrassed about that line she says in the song. If you can figure out who Q. is, give her shit for it! Big Ro, and Camario added their verbal expertise to this song

-"Get Rich Anthem" is a joint that was actually produced partly by CousCous. She played a variation of Lux Aeterna from "Requiem For a Dream" and it got transformed into the "Get Rich Anthem." A variation of this song may appear on Romey''s "Hard Rock White" album coming soon. Romey and B-Ezee of Get Rich Records laid their verses at Madison Media Institute and Reign mixed the song and added he and CousCous'' vocals at Reigny Day Studios

-"Brolick" is a compelling and beautiful sounding song with minimal drums and a sultry melody. Camario came up with the hook and dominates the majority of this track while Fluxx added the knockout blow with his descriptive and compelling verse. This beat was actually made in Atlanta

-"DFD1" is a collaboration with Reign''s brother King James, whom the album is dedicated. King James adds a much needed voice to this album with this sensual song for the ladies. There was actually a separate version of this song that was recorded for a certain someone

-"Whore D''Oeuvres" was a song inspired by the samples used in the song. Kanye West and Ludacris'' vocals were both used to make the hook for this song. The title speaks for itself in this obnoxious and degrading song. B-Ezee section was recorded at Sound Check studios while NuLu and Reign''s verses were recorded at Reigny Day. Reign''s roommate, NuLu, makes his recording debut on this track which took many mixes to complete

- "The Reigny Day Intro Skit", "Intermission Skit", and "Outro" were recorded in pieces but all arranged at the same time. Terrail Easley, Micheal Hanson, Alison Smith, and Bonnie Banker all lent their time to doing this skit and was a progressive improvisation piece

-"Cake Maker" was originally recorded to a different beat then remade through the production and arrangement process. Luminous Fluxx came up with the concept and CousCous added the French vocals to this track. B-Ezee showed love and blessed the track wit the fiya...

-"Overload" was created through a deep history with Ballstar''s Jay Novel. Reign and Jay Novel attended the same high school and attended the same French class back in 1996. Reign actually recorded Jay Novel''s first recorded track back in 2001. Jay Novel''s label-mate, JY, added that introductory heat to this track followed by Jay Novel and Reign

-"Jukebox Hero"- Eli Cash & TKO murder this classic remake. "Jukebox Hero" is a hard hitting, highly percussive cult classic which is the brainchild of TKO. Inspired by the sample song, TKO called Reign and asked for the song to be remade. Reign granted his wish and the rest is history. Eli Cash provides his slick dialect with this fan favorite. Eli and Reign met through Eli''s older brother who Reign became acquainted with at an internship back in the summer of 1999. This song was also recorded in separate studios and mixed at Reigny Day

-"Oxygen" is a hodgepodge of talent smashed into a single song. Erika Bozack and Josh Hayes provided one of two choruses in this song. The premise of the song is based on paranoia and the need to just breathe and inhale "Oxygen." J Stills provided the second, Jamaican inspired, hook while Fluxx, Reign, and Big Ro provided the dialogue

-"Golden Age" was a track stirred up by the mind of Luminous Fluxx. This track comes from a Donny Hathaway song and has a straight Hip-Hop feel. Listen close to the deep and intimate lyrics of Luminous Fluxx on this track. Reign has the last verse and comes thru as the anchor

-Ceelousky, Lynnox P. Royale, TKO are all looooooongtime friends. Actually, L. Royale and TKO are brothers. The three artists and Reign collaborate on "Sex, Drugs, and Rock" to reach the cross-over market. This rock-rap track is a favorite among rap haters. "Sex, Drugs, and Rock" was the result of a weekend binge drinking spree which made its way into song

-"Around" was a summer collaboration between Rob DZ & Reign. This soulful rendition is a compliment to both artists rap style. The song was inspired by the Bill Withers sampled hook. Its about KARMA coming back "Around" on the individual

-"Make It Happen" is a sweet but personal song about making it above all odds. This song shares a hook between J Stills and CousCous in a master blend of harmonies

-"Fine Night" was a final add. It was a brotherly collaboration between Reign and King James. The melodic chorus creates a sweet soundscape while the verses are complex and convoluted

-"He-Man" is the only completely solo track from Reign and serves as the finale to the album. The "He-Man" theme song was used as the base for the beat, Reign states his point with this pungent and clever track

-The entire album is sprinkled with introductions by Alison Smith who provides her magnificent accent which creates a Hip-Hop juxtaposition

Executive Producer: JAMES STILLS

Mixed and Mastered @ Reigny Day Studios by REIGN

Photography: MILT LIEDNER


Graphic Design & Art Direction: MIKE MAKRIS & JOE PATTERSON

Copyright 2007- Reigny Day Production/ Aristocratic Entertainment
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