Although Chicago emcee S-Preme may have taken a brief musical hiatus, prior to this month’s Booth feature Nothing Less he was last featured in September, his latest record Dope (Fly For Life) is a clear indicator that said hiatus is officially over. The Freestyle Series alum energetically jumps onto Dope (Fly For Life) with the vigor of an emcee who both wants and needs to be heard. The energy continues throughout the song as Preme works his way around Mr. Music’s upbeat production and light turntablism. The Windy City artist doesn’t shy away from addressing the haters either, rapping: “I been doing this and I trust my ears/ So why you n*gga’s feel like weighing in on my career?” Dope (Fly For Life) is just a small sampling of what can be expected on S-Preme’s forthcoming mixtape, Awkward Silence, due out later this month.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/25/12
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