Check out this Hi-Tek interview with XXL.
“Rawkus was like the home for us,” he continued. “They definitely created a lot of monsters and they had a lot of great opportunities with a lot of great artists to this day that they didn’t even take advantage of, let alone us, so I wanna say big up to Jarret and Brian for what they did for me and my career.”
Continuing to push forward, Tek—who went on to drop three volumes of his Hi-Teknology series—is preparing for Reflection Eternal’s long-awaited reunion album, Revolutions Per Minute, for release this spring on Asylum Records. “Like I said, it was good and bad,” Tek said. “But at the end of the day we still here still making good music.” – http://uristocrat.com/2014/03/hgr-compound-classic-bronx-nyc-recap/img_1730/