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Exclusive Interview With SUPREME

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Rising star rapper Supreme, hailing from the streets of Miami, Fl releases new single “Stupid” graced by popular R&B singer and Love & Hip Hop Hollywood newest cast member Teairra Mari. While flaunting your street credibility has transformed average MCs into overnight superstars, Supreme has lived a life often fabricated. Raised with two other siblings in Miami's poverty-stricken streets, Preme survived his hostile surroundings in hopes of turning his youthful angst into a promising rap career. Hailing from the notorious streets of Little Haiti Supreme is offering some of the most intense tales of urban survival since Scarface (The Rapper). Don't mistake Supreme for just another hustler turned Hip-Hop artist. To him, it runs deeper. "I'm just trying to pay my respects to what I grew up on. I consider myself a part of history and Hip-Hop evolution," Preme says. "I'm like the long lost child of Poison Clan, Zoe Pound, and Ghetto Boyz," Preme adds. Who is this artist on the rise? Cross Willie D. vocals with Ice Cube's flow and results might sound like Supreme. Just don't tell him that. "People compare you becuse they need something to identify with," explains the Miami MC, Preme is more concerned with showing growth with music than glorifying his troubled past. Miami has seen its share of Hip-Hop superstars come and go, Supreme sounds differ from the usual home cooking. With his focus on substance over style. Preme is playing for KEEPS...CHECK OUR OUR TV CHANNEL BELOW ADD & RATE