My trusty dictionary defines “Supreme” as “utmost, greatest” or “of the highest quality.” Well, they may have to invent a new word to describe Rick Ross‘s latest remix since it’s bigger—and perhaps even better—than the reader-approved original. In addition to Ricky Rozay’s original verses and the hook vocals of R&B vet Keith Sweat, this joint boasts freshly-added guest bars from Big K.R.I.T. , Ma$e and Fabolous. Who delivered the standout verse? That, my friends, is for you to decide. The album version of Supreme can, of course, be found on the MMG kingpin’s Mastermind LP, available in stores and online as of March.
Written by richard on 08/12/14
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