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Supreme Aims High & Carries The Torch For His Wu-Tang Heritage In ‘Touch The Sky’

Supreme Aims High & Carries The Torch For His Wu-Tang Heritage In 'Touch The Sky'

With a name that contains half the title of arguably his father’s best album to date, Supreme has some big shoes to fill.

From his Wu-Tang Clan roots, the young Staten Island native was immersed in Hip-Hop culture at conception, but only started his solo rap career in 2012.

Imbued with a gritty, fervid New York sound from the late ’90s/early 2000s, Supreme kicked off 2020 with his single “Oh No”.

Supreme Aims High & Carries The Torch For His Wu-Tang Heritage In 'Touch The Sky'
Photo Credit: Van Strother

His ‘For The Love Freestyles‘ began shortly after as a series on Instagram, where Supreme would rap over Hip-Hop beats requested by his followers.

The hashtag eventually evolved into the ‘For The Love Freestyles‘ mixtape, a collection of Supreme’s razor sharp bars over nine classic Hip-Hop instrumentals released on October 30.

You can get into the official Devin “The Niro” McCoy-directed music video for mixtape standout “Touch The Sky”, in which Supreme takes Kanye West’s ‘Late Registration’ cut to task, below…

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