Just 4 days after the release of Carl’s, Beta, Hurt Everybody is back with a new single titled “The Edge”. Produced jointly by Supa Bwe & Mulatto Beats, the record hits hard from the opening lines. Supa & Carl trade off singing and rapping in their now signature style, they’ve come a long way in just a year’s time. With their co-headlining show just around the corner, one can only wonder what’s next for these guys. Check out “The Edge” below and make sure to cop tickets for their show on the 9th.
About a week ago (cut the shmoney jokes), Hurt Everybody dropped their latest single in the form of “Judo Shop”. The record sees Supa Bwe flex his singing skills while Mulatto once again provides an instrumental worthy of their sound. “Judo” has always been apart of Supa’s repertoire similar to his use of the concept/word “magic”. A solid record, “Judo” holds a serious tone while feeling playful at the same time. Check it out below and be on the look out for more.
At the beginning of the year, Hurt Everybody set fire when they released their track “Hella Lightning/Hella Swords”. Supa’s genius use of the iPhone’s “Marimba” tone, combined with a hard hitting bass, is a recipe for a banger. The way Supa & Carl switch flows effortlessly over the transitions instantly set Hurt Everybody apart from some of their peers, you weren’t hearing songs like this ANYWHERE else. One could argue that this song propelled their buzz to a new level, check out “Hella Lightning/Hella Swords” above and keep an eye out for more.
About a month ago, Hurt Everybody dropped a new single in anticipation for their upcoming album release. Entitled “Grandma Death”, Mulatto’s subtle production compliments both Supa & Carl’s styles perfectly. The two go back and forth seamlessly continuing to build upon their growing chemistry. “Grandma Death” sits at only 2 minutes leaving the listener yearning for more. Check out the record and keep an eye out for more from Hurt Everybody.
At the beginning of October, Supa Bwe dropped a short, 4 track EP on his birthday, the 4th. The 10-4 EP was a good look at Supa’s increasing production skills as well as his overall growth as a solo artist. On “Kingdom of Chicago”, Supa receives help from his LOD/Hurt Everybody brethren Carl, and fellow Chicago up and comer Roosevelt The Titan; rounding out a great ending to a solid EP. With Supa’s Magic City EP ranking #13 on our list of the “Top 14 Albums of 2014”, we’re definitely ready to see what’s next.
Supa Bwe and Hurt Everybody have had a great 2014, whether it’s live performances or a slew of well received projects, it’s clear that these guys are serious. 2015 looks no different and Supa continues to drop heat at every chance, recently he dropped a new loosie titled “Aladdin”. Throughout the year Supa has cemented his own lane within Chicago’s increasingly competitive hip hop landscape. “Aladdin” sees the kid in a theatrical state, singing and rapping wildly over his own production. All of these tracks definitely have us wondering what’s next, peep “Aladdin” below and stay tuned for more.
Supa Bwe has been hard at work throughout the whole of 2014, whether he’s doing it solo or with the backing of Hurt Everybody. Chicago’s hip hop scene has been booming over the last few years and Supa is a direct product of that environment. A melting pot of sorts, Supa Bwe’s sound is very unique, easily separating himself from the rest of the pack. His Magic City EP was the proof that he is indeed serious about his future within Chicago’s scene. When it comes down to sheer quantity WITH quality, there aren’t many up and coming artists in Chicago who can stand aside Supa. As his production skills continue to sharpen, one can only wonder what’s next for Supa and Hurt Everybody. Only 1 month removed from Magic City’s release, Hurt Everybody plans to drop their next project at the top of 2015; if it’s anything like their debut, we’re all in for a treat.
No less than a week since the release of Supa Bwe’s new EP Magic City, Hurt Everybody is already back at it. With the announcement that they’ll be dropping their next project at the top of 2015, the trio has decided to preview a new track titled “Grandma Death”. The chemistry between the 3 continues to grow as they champion their own definitive sound. Carl & Supa trade back and forth seamlessly as the instrumental builds slowly, the preview ends right after the vibe is set; leaving the listener ready for more. Peep the preview for “Grandma Death” below and stay tuned for the full version.
There aren’t many artists in Chicago who have outworked Supa Bwe this year. Since July, he’s dropped a buzzworthy project with his Hurt Everybody collective, a birthday EP, and now a 2nd solo effort to finish out the year. Titled Magic City, the project plays off of Freddie’s “magic” influences as he often proclaims his ability to conjure up spells with his music. Supa’s style is definitely unique and the kid continues to experiment with different sounds in reference to his growing production skills. His eccentric vocals and flows add fuel to the fire, it’s rare to find two songs that sound a like from him. With Hurt Everybody announcing their 2nd project, which is due Jan 4th; it’ll be interesting to see what else is in store for the winter. Check out the Magic City EP below and be on the look out for more from Supa and Hurt Everybody.
With the release of Magic City right around the corner, the ever working Supa Bwe has dropped a new single. Entitled “Dead BWE Walking”, Supa’s now signature flow and croon is all over this record. The trippy, almost ambient instrumental gives Supa the room he needs to execute his un-orthodox flow well. Supa continues to lead the pack as 2015 looms ahead, whether he’s solo or riding with Hurt Everybody, it’s clear that the kid won’t be denied. Peep “Dead BWE Walking” above and keep an eye out for Magic City.