Titan Records recording artist SupaEmcee is a well established Hip-Hop artist that has no limits to his creativity. From some of his earliest work with the Almighty Dreadnaughtz and under the Iron Fist label started by legendary Big Proof, to his most latest Titan release The Immortal, the “Highland Park Hero” has taken us everywhere with his music and has given us what seems like everything he’s got. But, just when Sup’ asks us, “what more do we want?” he is there to answer that with more of what Hip-Hop lovers know SupaEmcee for the most… that hard hitting, passionate, street intelligent music!
The new single What More Do You Want? is produced by Lloyd Bugzy Elder and features the unique and beautiful voice of singer Alexis Allon.
If you missed The Dirty Words Radio Show this past Sunday night on the new Diffuse Radio Network, (DiffuseRadioNetwork.com) you can now stream/download it! Catch Episode 73 w/ Special Guests Valid & SupaEmcee of Titan Records as they sit down and chop it up with hosts Ric (Dirty White) & Matt as well as drop some freestyles over some unexpected instrumentals! Listen below!
Vlada Stojanovic does it again! The Serbian DJ with an international following makes his presence felt on mixcloud.com, one of the most trusted sites in the world for DJ’s and music lovers. This time he does it with his new mixtape “Thank You Detroit” which features nothing but Detroit music, and the most beautiful part of it all is that he comes from a place that is very far from Detroit, not even on the same continent. In the description of the mixtape Vlada writes..
“When “Rebirth Of Detroit” was released few years ago I got familiar with Detroit Hip Hop for the first time. This might sound crazy but I live in Valjevo, Serbia and that is other part of the planet. It was very hard to do my research. I always thought that Detroit Hip Hop has Eminem, Dilla, Proof and maybe two more names, but I was sooooooo wrong. Anyway, I started doing my research and today I can say that Detroit represent that thing (I dont know how to describe it) that made me fall in love with HIP HOP almost 25 years ago and for that all I can say is: (more…)
Well known and respected Metro Times newsweekly magazine has covered just about everything that is popping in the metro-Detroit area for over 30 years. With over 657,000 loyal readers Beyond Physics is very honored to have the trusted news source shine light on the group. Vol. 34/Issue 49/Sept. 17-23, 2014 edition of the Metro Times features an article that gives a great inside look at how Valid & JMAC came together to form Beyond Physics, as well as their own personal relationship’s with the Hip-Hop culture and whats next on the menu for the MC & producer.
“We were supposed to be featured on this compilation album that never came to fruition,” says Valid. “But we had already worked on some beats and music and just decided to do it ourselves.”CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
Two pillars of the Detroit Hip-Hop community who have helped build the Hip-Hop scene in the city for the past twenty years and have definitely reached beyond the local community have come together to give Hip-Hop lovers across the world “A Piece Of The Action”. World Famous DJ Dez and mixtape pioneer DJ Butter are prepping for the release of their joint album on Tuuesday, Sept.16 and will host globally respected MC’s such as Kool G Rap, Elzhi, Pacewon, Phat Kat aka Ronnie Euro, Kurupt, Kokane, Boldy James, SupaEmcee and many more on top of Dez & Butter production. The release party for this album will be on Friday, Sept 19th at The Majestic (4120 Woodward, Detroit, MI 48201) and will feature special guest Phat Kay, Guilty Simpson, Kokane and more! Until then DJ Butter & DJ Dez have release two visuals off the project, “The Crib” featuring none other than Big Tone, and “Legends In The Game” with Hell Rell of The Diplomats and Wesley Valentine, both directed and edited by RoweShotMe, Enjoy!