Hurt Everybody

Best of… Supa Bwe

New Supa Bwe!

A key influence of Lil Wayne and Lil B is the method by which they would release large quantities of music per year. This idea feeds the mutualistic relationship between fans and artists. Fans benefit with a constant stream of new music from their favorite artists, and artists benefit by staying relevant and having a freedom to experiment with free releases.

For new fans, however, it can be quite daunting to familiarize yourself with an artist with 6 or 7 releases already under their belt. This is why I have made a sampler of my favorite songs by Chicago rapper, producer, and engineer Supa Bwe whose career I have followed closely since discovering Hurt Everybody in 2014. I sequenced the playlist, so these one-off songs and EP tracks make some semblance of sense together. It actually turned out pretty well and gives insight into Supa’s development over the years and also his strange consistency considering the experimental nature of many of his songs.

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Hurt Everybody & Mick Jenkins – Social Network (GANG)

New Hurt Everybody!

Chicago mainstays Hurt Everybody and Mick Jenkins team up to craft the ultimate squad anthem. The idea behind this track seems simple: to cause the listener the most neck pain from headbanging with their squad to a given song. Play this at your upcoming Bar Mitzvah and/or family reunion.

Shout out to Abel Gray who did the artwork. He also did cover art for the Beach Jesus album Two Weeks Vacation. He is a very talented musician as well.

GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG, GANG

Stream the entire Hurt Everybody - 2K47 mixtape below, and download it here.

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Download Hurt Everybody’s Self-Titled Debut EP

New Hurt Everybody!

Hurt Everybody is the perfect name for this trio from Chicago. Supa Bwe, Carl, and Mulatto Beats are out to hurt anybody and everybody standing in the way of their success. I think in general I try to listen to music that moves me, and this is that at the moment. There’s a controlled desperation in Supa Bwe and Carl’s voices. They make you feel what they feel, and that’s a powerful tool. It also doesn’t… hurt that the 14-track EP features Chicago favorites like Alex Wiley, Kembe X, Mick Jenkins, and Saba.

EP Highlights:

Hurt (Intro), Transmissions (Warning and Contact), Treat Me Caucasian, Scratched, In Seoul, Slept All Day, and Beauty (Outro)

DOWNLOAD HURT EVERYBODY’S EP FOR FREE HERE

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