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Suppa San


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B.F.T.N by far is one of the best albums you'll hear this year. Packed with 17 charged & creative tracks, Suppa unleashes his furious attack with the lead single "Flow Game" giving you what you want, followed by the street anthem "Street Cats." Then he proceeds to smack wack m.c's upside their domes with the witty tongue teasing STR-1. You can notice his Crooklyn influence coupled with his Philly tenacity as he pleads with the streets to take it back to the blocks in "B.T.T.B."


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From New York to Philly, Suppa is an artist, a survivor, soldier and a fighter. Coming up in the mean streets of Brooklyn's Crown Heights section, at first Sup was more into playing sports. That was his way of staying out of trouble. Growing up in a run down Brooklyn apartment with his brother, baby sister and a single parent, life wasn't easy and it seemed like it wasn't getting any better.
In the early 90's, because of the living conditions,
job shortages, and crime ridden neighborhoods, Sup's family decided to move to Philly.

Moving to Philly gave him a fresh start and a chance to make things happen. Sup became
interested in rap, but the streets had to have their say first. Sup got caught up in drug trafficking, robbery
and other offenses. Determined to turn his life around, Sup finishes school and looks for legitimate employment.
When that failed,life became even tougher and the options were very few. Either go back to school,look for a job, or hit the blocks. Ultimately Sup decides to pursue his dreams and follow his heart, which was in hip hop and rap.
Years later after being signed by Breakout Entertainment, the arrival of his style became strongly evident that Hip Hop was still alive. He has a blazing single and one of the hottest albums to be released this year. Check him out.

"It's for the love of hip hop, that's why we're trying to take em back to the blocks."(Suppa San)