Baltimore’s globally acclaimed artist Sullee Justice (aka Sullee J) is back with an epic remix to “Yaar Ve” by Sunny Brown and Baba Kahn and produced by ZKL. A brilliant mix between hip-hop, Punjabi rhythms & Bollywood speaking on the bounties of love.
Stay tuned for his new single coming out soon Crooked Justice featuring Shady Records artist KXNG Crooked! May 1st.
Fresh for 2017, Baltimore rapper and lyrical master Sullee J has partnered up with Don Streat and Mastermind DaGenius, two up-and-coming musicians on the local hip-hop scene, to bring out a trappy new single named “Slangin’ Knowledge”.
Taken from the forthcoming EP ‘Donnie Justice’ this track features ‘straight facts over a trap beat’, paying homage to one of the newest and freshest music trends to come out of urban America. Produced by Cracker Jack Productions, the video was shot in Chicago, featuring a quote from and street art of, the legendary US statesman, civil rights campaigner and orator Martin Luther King, as well as scenes from the city’s North Avenue, the scene of riots since the election of President Trump. Other footage was filmed in the premises of Coppin State College.
With deep lyrics and great passion, this new track is one Sullee J and collaborators have put a lot of heart into and it speaks a great message.
Hailing out of Baltimore City, Don Streat, UnReal and Sullee J have come together on the song “Home of The Stars”. The beat was produced by globally acclaimed D.R.U.G.S. Beats, who has recently worked on the single “Gone” which was on Dr. Dre’s Compton album. This track is off the EP “Donnie Justice” which is a project in motion to unify the city and to exemplify the true power of Hip Hop.
Music has an influence to bring all races together on a human level. It hits not only the mind, but the heart. Home of The Stars is a reflection of diversity, sharp lyricism and slick metaphors.
Baltimore‘s very own illustrious MC and one of its finest multilingual lyrical class behind the studio glass, Sullee J, has announced the launch of his latest album “The Undefined Soul (Andrew Slayer)” and today the Half-Eaten Mind features a single from this album, the tantalising “Do For You”.
Produced by Andrew Bayer and Dinero Films, the song and accompanying video, which was filmed on site in Chicago, is a love song from the gritty streets, of making dreams come true and being by each other’s sides. Having broken all the barriers of hip-hop, Sullee J’s performance in Do For You, not only challenges your mind when he recites those unmistakably powerful verses, but his words seem to pierce through the listeners’ hearts with raw emotion. This mixtape has been one of Sullee J’s favourite projects to date, and his passion and determination is clear to see.
Gaining nationwide acclaim over the years through major collaborations with artists such as Young Buck, Crooked I, Royce Da 5’9, Project Pat & more, Sullee J continues to bring solid music for his supporters. You can check out the new single by Sullee J and Andrew Bayer right now on YouTube and Bandcamp (free single download).
Baltimore rapper and lyrical maestro Sullee J has released a new single this past Valentine’s Day to celebrate the coming together of hearts and musical styles. His latest track “Ride or Die”, released as two special remixes by Zack Knight and VxBE4TZZVx, blends the strong beats of hip-hop with the grace and melody of India’s Tinseltown, Bollywood with a slight Arabic infusion, to create a track that speaks on the bounties of love.
Sullee J once again exudes his powerful lyricism in Ride or Die, but here is a marked difference. He raps now in three languages – English, Hindi-Urdu and Punjabi – about ‘his dream girl’ and his declared love for her. It’s a beautiful song to herald the summer of love for 2016.
Ride or Die is now available for free viewing/download on YouTube and SoundCloud.
It is now a brand new year, and 2016 brings you the latest track from accomplished rapper and lyrical philosopher Sullee J. Titled ‘Cloud Surfing’, it brings Sullee J to the mike with a selection of Baltimore’s finest new rappers, including Don Streat, The Boy Blesst and Senica Da Misfit, with a stunning video from Crackerjack Productions to accompany the song.
Cloud Surfing is a single off the upcoming EP“Donnie Justice” created by Don Streat and Sullee J. They have embarked on a journey with this project to unite several artists from Baltimore and the surrounding DMV areas to prove the power of influence behind hip hop. This video alone represents a grand concept of how music can bring together people from many different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Cloud Surfing pinpoints the many perspectives of this generation through the eyes of each individual artist. It is a creative outlook, because it separates the common view from the real view. There is no bias here!
Sullee J, Baltimore’s dopest MC and rapper, returns with his latest single, “The Proposition” from his Victory mixtape, produced by JustChris, a fellow MC based out of Tremont, Illinois, USA. The artist’s latest track is all about his style on the microphone, his unmistakable delivery in tune to the ticking of a clock. He speaks on current issues and the ideology behind the system. A solid track that both inspires and makes you think.
“This is geometry over a beat, calculated with a high dose of truth and equal to nothing but dopeness! Sullee J is not playing! “
“The Proposition” is fresh for viewing on YouTube and you can download the track for free on the SoundCloud link below.
Acclaimed rapper and lyrical philosopher Sullee J has returned to the studio to drop a brand new track from his hit mixtape “The Missing Element”. The final track on this intense mixtape, entitled “DREAMS”, features the new talents of fellow rappers YLie and DatBoyBomb on vocal collaboration.
Such an intense project with so many big names is a testament to Sullee J’s great organisational skills and his desire to use hip-hop as a transformative tool to change society and bring out positive vibes for all. The Missing Element is his way of making an often maligned musical genre a force for unity that brings us all together, regardless of background or gender, race or religion.
“Music is about bringing people together”
– Sullee J
DREAMS is now available for viewing on Sullee J’s official channel on YouTube (produced by Spence Mills of Crackerjack Productions) and listening on SoundCloud. Fans can also download the full mixtape ‘The Missing Element’ on Datpiff, the full authority in free to download , from the mixtape’s official release date of 1st June.
“The entire universe shares a common set of elements.” By the grace of good faith and consistency of hard work, I have been more than fortunate to collect over 20 gems to collaborate with in the past year and half. I have compiled a disc “The Missing Element” which I believe is Unity! Whether we are talking music, business, school, or general public, we have a lot of arrogance and pride, that allows people to not want to move together. I truly believe we can change that, and I believe all the artist’s I’ve had a chance to work with on this project also believe that. This is more than music, it’s a message. This is power! Strength in numbers, and truth in collaboration. Look out for this compilation coming out June 1st, along with the final track #DREAMS which we are releasing a music video for! I hope this gives hope to a lot of uprising artist, and even change the mindsets of some that have made a name. We need to utilize our network and be of help to each other. I don’t want to see anyone fall, nor do I like to see people with a dream suffer.”
Music Video – Dreams ft. Sullee, YLie, & DatBoyBomb
Baltimore rapper and lyrical philanthropist Sullee J returns from his recent success with “Work“, featuring G-Unit’s Young Buck, Ca$his and Project Pat alongside himself. Two weeks on, Sullee J collaborates with fellow Baltimorean Macabeats for this latest new single, entitled “You Don’t Want No Problems“.
Sullee’s latest collaboration comes fresh from his new mixtape “The Missing Element“. Macabeats, alias Hassan Thomas is an upcoming international recording artist and this is one of his first major collaborations in the Baltimore rap scene. The accompanying video was specially shot and edited by DJ Myzter Hurd and released via Tranzition Kingz. There’s also a free MP3 download on Soundcloud. Check them out here!!
The following article has been penned by Baltimore-based rapper and street philosopher Sullee J, who along with his management team, is now a regular contributor to the Half-Eaten Mind. He has taken time out from working on recent releases such as ‘Rap Proclamation‘ and ‘Rebel Nation‘ to release a special article critiquing the failed state of America’s poorer neighbourhoods. With racist killings by the police, racial and greed-based violence, poverty and lack of opportunities and aspirations very much the life and times of the poorest urban Americans, Sullee J goes straight to the heart of the housing projects and spills out the bile of the shattered society within. All the while politicians and the mainstream media only notice the surface of an endemically poisonous situation and skim past the intricate details. The reasons why. Of why generation after generation of people are locked in the same grim cycle. The article speaks in Sullee J’s own inimitable way about the current conditions in the United State’s inner cities, among the dilapidated high-rise tenements and austere ganglands. He gives his perspective on these very real and current conditions and the mindsets behind them. The cause…..the solution….
It’s a sad situation, when the system has placed limitations based on an individuals skin, wicked nation. Simulated injustice and foul litigation. What on earth gives folks the right to be racist. It’s ironic, they title the states united, but entice segregation. How can they shoot up a child based off appearance? Then justify for clearance? That’s just defying, no that’s lust desiring, looking at you straight, but inside them buster’s eyes are leering. This article speaks on the views of the projects. The biases and thoughts processed. The mentality of how they really view the painted. Rest in Peace to the victims of hatred.
“Treat the hood like cancer, let them kill themselves!” The hood is just an environment full of tyrants, where everybody claim, they’re real as hell. Why help the project, when the projects don’t want to be healed itself? The red & blue try to change the streets, but really they cut a deal for sales, they never reveal themselves. In the hood, they’re just savages, give them food stamps and let them live off a few packages. They’re just meaningless bodies, wasting land we could probably invest & seed a monopoly. We should just tear the hood down, but it’s so sad why we need ’em. That’s the only place we could manipulate the souls through our drug trades, and fast feed ’em.
We don’t give a damn about the hood, but it fills our wallets. Let them destroy each other, as long as they keep filling our pockets. Keeping the rolls B.I.G., like Christopher Wallace.
I swear to God, this is the mentality of our politicians. They raise campaigns about saving the youth, but never really step foot in the hood, they’re just bribing visions. Robbing rhythms to fill hope in the hearts and gain support through biased decisions. They say, “These are just folks in deprived conditions.” Why not sell them dope to keep ’em occupied while alive, they could pay for the fuel while we take the ride, & then they wonder why, society’s so corrupt? -Because the ones who talk about saving it, are the same ones who are F’yn it up.
How do you explain glorifying gangster ways then expecting less crime? Let’s keep it real, as long as the money is being made, you don’t give a damn who comes up, or who’s dying. It’s all about the dough, it doesn’t matter who’s frying! One boss just died? Who cares, there’s another down the street with a new science.
This is real, don’t be amazed! Right now there are a lot of little girls out there with a child, when they themselves haven’t even been raised. Barely in the seventh grade, mixed up in all this, there are those trying to make it. Nobody looks at the good; they just overshadow ’em because of the sentences on the news pages. Today’s headline: “11 year old shot in the head over some shoes” wasted… Who’s recruiting the youth and telling them, the more people you shoot, fuels your reputation. There’s a war in our own country, but the media doesn’t seem to show it. Therefore, the lack of notice causes these hungry minds to cock back, and cast explosions, till now where the situation is bizarre enough, and the reporters behind the mic have a reason to put the hood back on blast, now! Ain’t that bogus! But I’m just a regular fella try to exhale the truth. You don’t have to believe me, just turn off your TV, look around you, and well… Welcome to Proof!
Many thanks to Sullee J and his management for contributing this thought provoking article.