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The best kept secret in music


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(1996) WAY DOWN LOW *C-A-Million
(1998) ME AND MY KILLAS *Gangsta Gank
(2002) WHEN WE RIDE *Gangsta Gank
(2008) SUPASTAR *self titled



SUPASTAR is a Detroit's Eight Baby with a large shoe stepping into the music industry. With extreme exposure in his hometown and a love of emceeing dating back to when he was just 14 years old, SUPASTAR self titled album is the most talked about local release in the Midwest. Whether you remember him as C-A-Milion in the mid nineties, or heard his flows with Gank Move or know him from the annual Skull'e Records picnic as SUPASTAR, at this point you can't help but to see him and remember his swag. To add to his spice, he has collaborated with some of Michigan's Finest such as: MC Breed, Bulletproof, LoFAT, TDoe Woods, Bloody Waters, Quila, Tu Tu and Bango. SUPASTAR has stuck to the schedule of releasing an album every two years beginning in 1994 with Gank Move, in 1996 with Way Down Low, then in 1998 he released Me and My Killas and 2002 When We Ride under the rap name Gangsta Gank. After that he took and brief intermission and linked up with Shoni Down and created Skull'e Records, which became official in 2007, right along with the production of the newest release.

When Skull'e Records begin the launch SUPASTAR, they started with a crediable roster of performances beginning in 1997 at Enimen's first album release, for three years consecutive SUPASTAR performed at the Jerome Bettis Celebrity Jam, in 1999 he performed at a local Detroit club with the headliner Scarface and in 2002 he was asked to be a main act at the Michigan State Fair. For the entire year of 2007, his calendar was filled with performances ranging from the Zoo Bar, State Theatre, Skull'e Records annual picnic and various venues throughout the city of Detroit. The Skull'e Records picnic received a city wide buzz with over a three thousand attendees that enjoyed free drinks, food and concert. Then they made history becoming to first rap record label to utlize the Fillmore for the record release party of SUPASTAR.

SUPASTAR locked the number one local entertainment show (Seven Mile To Belle Isle) for twelve consecutive months and the episodes are currently reflecting recent success. SUPASTAR's latest singles, "YALL KNOW WHAT IT IS" and "WOOD GRAIN CHAIN" is in heavy rotation on the first Detroit syndicated radio show (Detroit Riot Radio) which can be heard on CST 102.3 and WHPR 88.1. SUPASTAR has also made appearances on Comcast Channels 20 and 190. Production of the videos WOOD GRAIN CHAIN and YALL KNOW WHAT IT IS exhibits the major efforts taken to make SUPASTAR viewed the same way he is respected on the street.