After speaking with this young man that goes by the name of Supa Emcee aka Supremacee Brown, I see why he has been given the title “Supa Emcee” and he is definitely “The Immortal”. With fire blazing tracks and sharp hooks, this young man is tantalizing the scene. Raw edginess coupled with sharp rhythmic vocabulary. His vernacular is simply “dope”. You get the hip hop fusion of dope beats, and classic hooks. I love this music! This is one guy that you want to keep on your radar. He is a “Renaissance” man within his own right. You can actually call him a young legend. Officially from Highland Park, Michigan; within the Metro Detroit Area. Detroit (Home of Motown/”Hitsville U.S.A.”). This area once housed “Chrysler”, in fact it was headquartered there before it moved in 1992. This area was also home to a few movies like “8 Mile” that was filmed in 2002, of which Supa Emcee was a part of. The movie “Four Brothers” in 2005, the documentary “The Waterfront” in 2007, the film “Gran Torino” in 2008, the film “Highland Park” in 2009, “Real Steel” in 2011. He’s gotten his fair share on the big screen as well, doing what he does. Alongside the movie “8 Mile” He’s been on television sitcoms, such as “The Parkers” and “Moesha”, featured as an Emcee and Fredro Starr’s (ONYX) friend.
From a young child he has been entertaining. He used to drop rhymes, before he even knew what “bars” was. A friend of the family by the name of Cherelle (female songstress of “Saturday Love” with Alexander O’Neal) encouraged his mother to have him start writing his rhymes down. Well…….the rest is history!
“Supa Emcee aka “Supremacee Brown” of the “Almighty Dreadnaughtz,” is one of Detroit’s hottest premier rap energies for the new millennium. Born and raised in Highland Park, Michigan, Supa Emcee truly represents his calling and name to the FULLEST. He received the first annual “DJ K Nice Free-Style Artist of the Year Award,” which is just the beginning of what the future holds for this talented artist. In addition to being known for terrorizing the battle (countless Source & Blaze battles), scene and open mic shows all over Detroit. He has also opened up for major label acts such as Black Moon, Dead Prez, Snoop Dogg , Fredro Starr (ONYX), Ice Cube, Krs 1, Eminem, D-12, Whodini, Rakim, 2 Live Crew, and YO-YO. Special appearances can be heard on the “DJ Butter Mix Tape” with Detroit’s own D-12 (Eminem, Proof, and the late Bugz), 105.9 FM “V-man Show” intro, 105.9 FM “Mark tha Spark Show” intro, “The Drop” intro on “Whats Next on the Menu” and 105.9 FM “Spudd Show” intro. Also, his skills can be heard in collaboration with the group “Almighty Dreadnaughtz” on the underground albums “City of Trees” (1997), “Loud & Fearless”(1999), “Point of No Return” (2000), and the highly anticipated “Secret Wars” (2003). In 2005, he was signed as the lone solo artist to Big Proof of D12’s “Iron Fist Records”, releasing his first solo project “By Any Means Necessary” (2005). He was also a featured artist on the nationwide release “Hand to Hand the Mixtape Manual”(2005). Shortly after Proof’s passing he released “Hood Hero” (2006-07).
In 2008, he with the Dreadnaughtz released the long awaited album “You All Are Doomed”. His solo catalog was boosted by several acclaimed albums in recent years with the release of “American Anger” (2009/10), as well as a compilation project showcasing Highland Parks finest “Gran Torino” (2010/11). The successes of these projects graduated into the inception of his label “Prooven Records/Hood Hero Ent,“ in 2011, which celebrated its first release the “Supremeacee” LP (2011/12). The project was lent great distinction with the help of platinum producers Nick Speed “G-Unit” & Mr. Porter “D-12.” Additionally, his free-style talents have been no secret, blowing away audiences at the taping of UPN’s “Moesha” and “The Parkers” television shows. He had a principal role in Eminem’s movie “8 Mile” and was featured on one of the lost battle scenes from the DVD that raises eye brows to a worldwide audience.
Supa Emcee believes in his community and is committed to giving back through community involvement, advocacy, and education. In fact, his talent was truly giving back to the community. When Supa Emcee was asked to be a freestlye/lyric mentor and teacher for the “YoYo’s School of Hip Hop,” in Highland Park He can also be heard in recent years on his very own internet show on “Polar Bear Radio” titled the “Supa Emcee Freestyle Hour”, as well as being a regular feature on “SVMIXRADIO.COM.” In 2011, he was a finalist for Eminem’s “Redbull Emcee Battle,” in Detroit as well as a finalist in 2012. He was awarded the “Magnum Live Large” Detroit artist title 2011/12 and was given the distinction of being crowned the “Hip Hop/Rap Artist of the Year” at the 2012 “Detroit Black Music Awards.”
In 2012, he was featured on the J Dilla compilation project “Rebirth of Detroit,” and was featured on the lead hit single “Dillatroit,” alongside fellow artist, Nick Speed and Guilty Simpson. The popularity of this track inspired a tour around the globe throughout England, Germany, Scotland, France and Denmark with fellow artists Guilty Simpson and the legendary Phat Kat aka “Ronnie Euro.” In late 2012, he released his first duo LP with fellow Dreadnaughtz member Konphlict “Blue Knight to Red Dawn” and his popularity has continued to grow with his brilliant use of social media like YouTube. His countless, unique, epic video releases spotlight his creativity and lyrical talents with videos that compliment nearly every track off of his recent “Supremacee” release. This ultimate emcee brings new strength, high dynamics, creative rhymes, and innovative styles to hip-hop. Michigan’s “Marvel Lyricist” is definitely a superstar in the making and the one to watch for in the years to come!”
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