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I’m hesitant to use the term rap-rock because of all the horrible acts it recalls, but with Supreem, a full-on, larger-than-life hip-hop emcee, fronting a band comprised of some of Philly’s ballsiest rock players, Da Rezarekt should wear the tag like a Best-of-Both-Worlds crown. Forgive the pun, but with their furious party energy, Da Rezarekt’s live show could fucking raise the dead. I dare you not to have a good time.

- Kevin Laibson, Editor, Origivation Magazine
- Origivation Magazine


Da Rezarekt
by Brittany Sturges, Temple '08


~At one point during the set, I was able to talk with the bassist of Da Rezerekt, Derek a.k.a. Puffy D. I had listened to Da Rezarekt, and thought that their sound is one of the best blends of funk and hip-hop, woven in with some great rock riffs. So what were they doing on a metal band bill?

He said, “I don’t know why, but we seem to do well when we’re placed with all rap groups or heavy metal bands.” ~

~Da Rezarekt took the stage and their fans clustered around the barrier. As they started playing, the energy in the room burst out.

Maybe it was the brisk beats that were refreshing after an hour-and-a-half of metal with no distinction between the groups. Maybe it was their stage show, or perhaps the charisma of frontman, Supreem. Whatever it was, it was the cure for the night.

At one point, Supreem came down to the barriers, rapping to the crowd (which included a very special guest—his young daughter, Olivia). As he got back on the stage during the last song, he pulled fliers out of his back pocket, throwing them into the air. Audience members grabbed at them, as they fluttered to the music.

After Da Rezarekt’s set, I gave up on the bill and went home. Other acts included Seven Stone, Fatal Verdict and headliners, Unit.

You can read the entire Article at: www.campusphilly.org

You can contact Brittany Sturges at a-e@campusphilly.org.

- Campus Philly


Da Rezarekt
Get in the groove with Da Rezarekt. Funk rock hip-hop all-stars Supreem (MC/frontman), Tina “Tom Toms” (drums), Low B. Puffy D. (bass) and Matt Lipschutz (guitar) are making a name for themselves in the Philly music scene. Surprisingly their very first show was on Thanksgiving Eve ’06 — it’s hard to believe that these musicians have only been making tunes together for a little over a month.

According to Supreem, Da Rezarekt formed as a result of the breakup of his former band, Simple and Supreem. It was basically a natural follow-up for this musician to join forces with other rockers. This brand-new group already has a three-song demo out, produced, recorded and mixed by Ozone Studios’ Ron DiSilvestro and mastered by Phil Nicolo (who also put out albums for The Police, Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones and others).

Da Rezarekt is from Philly, but they’ve been performing all over the region — we think it won’t be long before they’ve dominated the entire East Coast.

You can raise them from the dead at www.myspace.com/darezarektband.
- Play Magazine


The ONLY Purple Cow in Philly's Music Market! Da Rezarekt is the only one that stands apart from EVERYONE else!

-Slowjam Powell
"The CEO of R&B Soul" - S.J. Powell


love the songs!!1 - DMC of Run-DMC


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Past Is History- Currently Available online and in stores

Demo-

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Often referred to as the "livest band on the
planet", their songs and live shows attract
everyone, from the Hip-Hop heads, to the
college generation and the normal everyday
person. Everyone can find something they can
relate too!

If you got to put a label on it let's call it: James Brown giving birth to Parliment, who gave birth to The Red Hot Chilli Peppers. They hang out with Busta rhymes and from there they make some hot funky music together...That's the sound of DA REZAREKT

A sampling of some of the artists performed with include:
-The Roots
-Motion City Soundtrack
-KRS-1
-Paramore
-Vanilla Ice
-Doug E Fresh
-the late Notorious B.I.G.
-EVE
-Beanie Sigel

Many, Many More, and more to come!
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