Lil Reese Biography
Birthday: January 6, 1993 (Capricorn)
Born In: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Lil Reese, also known as Tavares Taylor, is an American rapper and performing artist signed to Def Jam Recordings. Having gained fame after appearing on rapper Chief Keef’s smash hit ‘I Don’t Like’, he released his own rap videos on YouTube. Some of his most famous singles include, ‘Beef’, ‘Us’, ‘Traffic’, and ‘Bang Like Chop’. In 2012, the rapper collaborated with artists like Rick Ross and Drake, to remix his hit single ‘Us’. The song was a hit and became a part of Rick Ross’s collaborative collection ‘The Black Bar Mitzvah’. It was well received by critics and eventually led to more collaborations with rappers like Fredo Santana, Rico Recklezz Lil Durk, Lil Bibby, Young Jeezy, and Twista. In 2013, he released a remix of his hit single ‘Traffic’, featuring the likes of rappers Twista and Young Jeezy. The artist also collaborated with Juelz Santana for ‘Bodies’, Cap 1 and Lil Durk for ‘S.O.S. (Smash On Sight)’.