Atlanta rapper Reese is a man of many talents—from MC'ing to skating—making him one of rap's most multi-faced new artists. Tonight he starts the push for his 808 Mafia-produced Jump Off A Building EP with the song "Yesterday." Snarling through the creepy production from the trap rap maestros, Reese uses a few different cadences by switching up from rapping to chanting throughout the song. "Yesterday" is a head banger that sets up the mood for the EP, and brings in a new and unsuspecting audience to his world.

Speaking of unsuspecting, Reese has also dropped the trailer for his skate-inspired Traphouse film. The one minute teaser sees the rapper hitting the studio and stage with his buddies Wiz Khalifa, Rich Homie Quan and more. More interesting than that is the peek into the rapper's well documented skateboarding background. Bringing the two worlds together seems like a oil and water mixture, but the trailer for the film should give more insight into how they have influenced Reese. Check out the trailer for the movie (which drops this summer) above and stream "Yesterday" below. Jump Off A Building drops on March 2.