Struc Supreme flows hard. Forged from the same Atlanta metal as ATL legends Outkast and T.I., Struc Supreme’s sound embraces all that the Dirty South is known for but with lyrics that cut a little deeper. Struc Supreme’s genre-crossing influences are evident in his sound. You can hear the soul of Bobby Blue Bland in the flow of Struc’s arrangements. And not letting up on the bounce, he brings the groove and over-the-top brashness of Bobby Brown. His style has been dubbed “Supremium.” Struc Supreme lays down beats that are almost sing-song, but lays lyrics over them that are bulletproof in their intensity. Here is his latest 30Roc produced hood anthem, “Juug”.
Ghost of the Machine and DJ Proof debut “Yesterday (For Mom)”, a tribute created in remembrance of Ghost own mother – @djproof305 @gotmhiphop
Although he’s Bronx born and Upstate New York raised, Ghost of the Machine has called …