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Chicago, Illinois, United States | SELF

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"On the newly-released record, S-Preme takes a trip down memory lane, describing his childhood dreams of hearing his own music played on the Radio. [Y]ou’re sure to appreciate the exotic boardwork with which he backs this hip-hop dreamer’s poetry..."
DJbooth.net subsequently included "Radio" on the Weekend's Best segment, highlighting the best tracks of the week. It then made it to #5 on the Top Independent Hip Hop Charts alongside names such as Drake, JD Era, and Warren G. - Sigurd of DJBooth.net

S-Preme's track is well recieved around the internet, premiering at 2dopeboyz, DJBooth, Gowherehiphop, Kevinnottingham.com and many more hip hop blogs!

[Excerpt from DJBooth Review]
One of his Preme’s finer talents is his ability to switch up his style (compare his flow here to work on listener-approved Test Your Might), and this time he moves to a more K. Sparks-esque approach in his flow pattern, spitting inspirational lines like “Currently my currency is less than enough, but I don’t let it bring me down, I’m headed up.” Listeners will have no problem catching on to Preme’s message, especially with a mesmerizing production contribution from beatsmith Soundtrakk. The track is the lead-up single to the Chicago phemon’s forthcoming mixtape, The Sicktape: Volume 2, due out early next month.

**"Go Hard" also reached #6 on the Djbooth.net independent hip hop charts. - Sigurd of DJBooth.net

Long time featured Chicago rapper S-Preme sits down with me to introduce himself cordially to everyone out there, and to chop it up about some things he's got coming up. He covers some concepts from his upcoming mixtape titled, "The Sicktape Volume 2", which is something I'm anticipating having heard a few records from it already! He also gives an interesting perspective on what it's like to be a Chicago rapper today, what separates him from the rest, and what he focuses on while creating records! Check that above, as it's definitely an interesting interview from a unique perspective! - GowhereHipHop.com

Here goes S-Preme with another one off the upcoming GWHH x Dope Couture x Kevin Nottingham sponsored mixtape, S-Preme's The Sicktape: Volume Two, and it's a soulful Chicago production from Lupe Fiasco go-2-guy Soundtrakk entitled "Go Hard". The soothing, slow paced sample sets up a stark contrast when S-Preme begins his first verse that resonates powerfully right off the bat.

Preme's flow is incredible throughout the above conclusion of the first verse. His flow has always been on point but what "Go Hard" illustrates in the artist's growth is through S-Preme's extra level of delivery and its appropriate match with the production. This is true Chicago hip hop sound and uplifting lyrics from a fast-rising wordsmith that is really gonna break out with [the Sicktape: Vol. 2]. - Gowherehiphop.com


+ The Sicktape: Volume 1
+ The Sicktape: Volume 2
+ Is This a Mixtape?!
+ The S-Prodigy EP



While nearly all rappers claim to be something new and different, S-Preme remains humble... He'd rather just play you a song and grin as your head starts bobbing and your brow curls upward, amazed and even puzzled at what you're hearing!

Hailing from Chicago, S-Preme continues the Second City's shameless tradition of exporting left-field hip-hop artists. Combining seemingly opposite artistic qualities as swagger and skill or crazy and cool, the Windy City wordsmith never fails to captivate listeners with his versatility and incomparable technique on all fronts. With each new release, he unveils another side of his arsenal and yet another reason why he is a rare breed in today’s market of “niche rappers.”

Even outside the vocal booth, S-Preme’s potency never is diluted. Onstage, he ropes in audiences with a microphone and keeps them hanging on every syllable until the houselights come back on. Set-lengths can be tailored to feature only a few songs or a full, hour-long experience, depending on show requirements.