A native of Boston (the city that has brought you DJBooth favorites Termanology and Akrobatik), rapper Sullee got his big break when he was selected as a contestant for MTV’s The White Rapper Show. Though the opportunity provided a good experience, Sullee quit the reality competition after issues arose with his teammates. Now, simply glad to be in charge of his own career, he is determined to stay on the grind by putting in hard work every day… including Today. Super-producers Cool & Dre add some classic soul to their production, with Dre‘s singing hook enhancing—not outshining—Sullee’s rhymes. While fans will argue that reality TV is based entirely on hip-hop gimmicks, Sullee seems bound and determined to change that stereotype.
Written by Burmy on 04/2/08
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