Supreme drops off his new “Touch The Sky” video.
With a name that contains half the title of arguably his father‘s best album to date, SupremeÂ has some big shoes to fill. From his Wu-Tang Clan roots, the young Staten Island native was immersed in Hip-HopÂ culture atÂ conception, but only started his solo rap career in 2012.Â Imbued with a gritty, fervid New York sound from the late â€™90s/early 2000â€™s,Â Supreme kicked off 2020 with his single “Oh No.”
His ‘For The Love Freestyles’ began shortly afterÂ as a series on Instagram, where Supreme would rap over Hip-Hop beats requested by his followers. The hashtag eventually evolved into theÂ For The Love Freestyles mixtape,Â a collection of Supreme’s razor sharp bars over nine classic Hip-Hop instrumentals released on October 30. Today we get the music video for mixtape standout “Touch The Sky,” in which Supreme takes Kanye West‘s Late Registration cut to task.