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.
Hurt (Intro), Transmissions (Warning and Contact), Treat Me Caucasian, Scratched, In Seoul, Slept All Day, and Beauty (Outro)
This is particularly cool because my friend Davis and I have been waiting for the CDQ of this song ever since we saw this video. Both rappers deliver really dope verses, and Kembe’s hook is solid. I don’t know why he didn’t do a verse, but that’s whatever. I’m not going to cry about it.
This Chance the Rapper feature surfaced a few days ago (according to SoundCloud, but I just found it today, okay?).