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Struc Supreme

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Solo Hip Hop R&B


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"Just Released: Struc Supreme – “Hustla’s Spirit Vol. 1″ Mixtape"

Atlanta artist Struc Supreme has been dropping music consistently, leading up to this brand new project “Hustla’s Spirit”. He already has a couple singles getting radio spins. Don’t sleep, Give it a listen. - EEZ Media

"Face2Face with New Artist Struc Supreme"

When speaking of returning hip hop to its original form the sounds of STRUC SUPREME music will be pinnacle during this rebirth. He is a talented lyricist and songwriter whose movement is becoming a universal takeover. With a style some have called “Supremium”, STRUC SUPREME has nothing on his mind but to be successful and revitalize the music industry. His drive, lyrical touch, and fascinating stage presence is unmatched. This is how the name STRUC SUPREME was created. STRUC SUPREME’s influences range from Bobby Blue Bland and Bobby Brown to Atlanta’s own Outkast and T.I. Struck by the feeling of music, STRUC SUPREME was impelled to deliver his own style structured in a quote by the late great Bob Marley “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” Struc Supreme leaves it all on the stage -

"Struc Supreme Crosses All Genres With His Music"

Struc Supreme is a dedicated and prolific artist who was forged from the same Atlanta metal as hip hop legends T.I. and Outkast.

Struc Supreme’s sound embraces all that the Dirty South is known for, but with lyrics that cut a little deeper. His genre-crossing influences are evident in his sound. You can hear the soul of Bobby “Blue” Bland in his arrangements and while not letting up on the bounce, Struc Supreme brings the groove and over-the-top brashness of R&B’s Bobby Brown.

His style has been dubbed “Supremium” and you can hear it in his music and lyrics.

Struc Supreme lays down beats that are almost sing-song with lyrics that are bulletproof in their intensity.

You can purchase and download his music and other items at his website:

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For bookings, please email: - Weadia Media


I like that he’s hittin’ a lick with his Juug video. LoL. It’s a good song and a good video. The scary part is that it looks a lot like the videos we’ve been shooting for Trouble in Atlanta (they aren’t out yet), meaning the video is a performance interspersed with telling a story from the streets.

This street rap lane is slowly narrowing, but it’s one of my favorite kinds of rap. I love the street shit, what can I say? Struc Supreme has the look, the style, the content, and the flow to attract the fans of street rap. Now he just needs to build his buzz bigger and stronger–promote in ATL, Macon, Columbia, Albany, Columbus, and Augusta…all on the streets. I look forward to hearing more from him. - Tasha and Wendy Day

"Atlanta Native Struc Supreme is definitely on the rise."

When it comes to creativity, originality, and true talent Struc Supreme is an artist of all three elements. Born Deon Bowden and claiming the industry moniker of Struc Supreme, this Atlanta native is definitely making his mark on the industry.
With such a diverse background and wealth of life experience Struc Supreme tells a story that the audience can always relate to.
With influences ranging from Bobby Blue Bland and Bobby Brown to Atlanta’s own Outkast and T.I. to name a few, Struc Supreme has a way of drawing a listener in with his smooth execution of versatility.
Struc Supreme credits his approach to music to the quote by the late great Bob Marley “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”
With this at his core, Struc Supreme combines his poetic flow pattern, original lyrics, and occasional punch lines over heavy bass hard hitting tracks bringing you ‘Supremium.’
Enjoy the lyrical ride as Struc Supreme is sure to take you on a continuous roller coaster! - Niji Magazine


Struc Supreme - Turn Up 2014
Struc Supreme - B.Y.O.B. 2013
Struc Supreme x DJ Young Cee - Turf Warz 2013
Struc Supreme - O.F.T.C. 2014
Struc Supreme - Hustla Spirit Vol. 1 2015
Struc Supreme - Supremium 2012
Various mixtapes by global DJ's



Born Deon Bowden, Struc Supreme was raised by his parents on the Eastside of Atlanta in a small town called Lithonia. Though he grew up in a stable environment he was always drawn to the streets. Student by day Hustler by night! Music was his only inspiration. Struc Supreme has created a lane of his own and from the looks of things will be riding that wave to the top. Independent and definitely Underrated, Struc Supreme is the latest artist to take Atlanta's underground hip hop scene by storm. Within a short period, Struc's buzz has grown not only on social media but also in many clubs and online radio stations. His grind is relentless Struc Supreme released 4 independent projects since 2013. With more than 60K views on Youtube and more than 50K online views and streams. Struc Supreme gives you what southern hip hop has been missing that Dirty South lyrical venom. Struc Supreme is currently featured in Stardom 101 MagazineCoast2CoastMakin’ It Magazine, and HipHopRadar latest editions as well as numerous online blog sites from Hot New Hip Hop to Underground Hip Hop Blog. He is also nominated for “Urban365 People’s Choice Award”, “Artist Most Likely to Blow” & “Best Live Performance” at the Atlanta Underground Music Awards, and “Hip-Hop Artist of the Year” for the Georgia Music Awards. Struc Supreme currently released his latest project entitled “Hustla Spirit Vol. 1” in January 2015. Struc Supreme is a powerhouse. Struc Supreme displays a hybrid of rap, hip-hop, and alternative genre. He also has superb production, flow, wordplay, lyrical content and tracks. Most of Struc Supreme’s songs are like street anthems. Very refreshing to hear an artist like Struc Supreme, that is innovative and true to his art. He exudes truth and integrity. Struc Supreme has a firm grasp on current hip-hop, particularly Atlanta trap style and should find success with it. Sounds like good hip-hop should. His drive, lyrical touch, and fascinating stage presence is unmatched. As in his latest single JUUG says "if you keep kickin' long enough, its coming off the hinges." One of the few indie artists who have a global following with features from Pennsylvania to Paris he is definitely working.

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