Hailing from Queens, New York, Nyemiah Supreme is the definition of a triple threat. The 22-year-old beauty started in the industry as a backup dancer for nationally-touring acts like Chris Brown and Lil Mama, and quickly transitioned to having a behind-the-scenes role working for Diplomats alumni Juelz Santana.
It wasn’t long after securing a job with Dipset that Nyemiah began perfecting her craft as an MC and dabbling in some singing. In no time at all, she was rapping alongside Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and his Skull Gang posse.
More and more people began paying attention to Nyemiah once she dropped her mixtape Bad and released visuals for tracks like “Real Talk 101,” “House Party,” “Fallin 4 U” and “Juice.” Inspired by TLC, Aaliyah, and Salt-N-Pepa, Nyemiah, who just wrapped up touring with Jim Jones on his “Vampire Life” tour, is actively putting the finishing touches on her next project, Supremacy, scheduled to drop this summer.
Nyemiah recently ventured into the AllHipHop.com offices to talk about her background and musical influences, as well as her ties to Dipset and G-Unit. Check out the first video of Nyemiah’s Breeding Ground interview below:
Nyemiah then spoke on the significance of her name, how the fans and industry have responded to her mixtape Bad, and what sets her apart from the crop of aspiring female MCs:
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