In a span of just three years, emerging Atlanta artist – Supakali – has accomplished a lot independently.
He has released two projects, opened up for Rick Ross in Washington DC, performing in venues across the U.S, gaining a diverse fan base that continues to grow.
Over the Summer, the Georgia native made a temporary move to New York City to focus on his career.
He recorded/shot new music/videos, performed a couple show and linked up with Harlem’s own, Jay Pres.
Jay Pres is no stranger in the Hip-Hop circuit; having performed at SOB’s for Hot 97’s “Who’s Next” and appearing on many line-ups for shows throughout the city, working with artists such as Dave East, Tray Pizzy, and more.
Together, the two emcees are dynamic duo in the studio and it’s evident in their first collaboration. “1000” produced by Kev Cairo. Forget “keeping it 100,” Supakali and Jay keep it all the way 1000!
Supakali’s “The 5th Quarter” project drops soon, and will serve as a precursor to his long-awaited “Soon You’ll Understand” album. Jay Pres’ is also working on a project, “Life of a Don,” slated to arrive soon.