Miami based rapper/songwriter Supreme Muzic released his debut album, 5516 on Friday (Nov 20th) with a wave of support. The 7 song set peaked at #19 on iTunes Hip Hop Chart and #129 on All Genres Chart (US). The Vice City Records release (distributed by Valholla Entertainment) features Young Breed, Jimmy Dade, Jynx, and featuring production from J Smooth and more.
Here’s what Supreme said about the album:
“5516 represents the beginning. Where it all started for me. My mother’s first house. It’s also a representation of the neighborhood that I grew up in Little Haiti, a small section in the inner city of Miami, Florida. It also where/when I picked up rapping. “5516” is the actual house number to that address. Growing up in poverty my dream was to always be rich and retiring my mom since all I did growing up is watch her struggle, creating a better life. You get a taste of that in the intro of the album “Millionaire”. On this album, you are going to get real life. Growing up as a black man in America trying to find a way out, as u hear in “Next Move” this album also shows diversity giving something everyone can listen to. Such as catchy song like “No Tomorrow”, “In My Bag” and “Slip N Slide”. The album also showcases my multicultural side with the song, “Please Baby” mixing a Haitian vibe on an Afrocentric beat. All while still maintaining the sound Miami is so well known for.” – Supreme Muzic
Listen to or buy 5516 HERE or below.