Baltimore’s Sullee Justice features artist Beast 1333 of the Temple of Hip Hop organisation and UK’s DJ Trickalome on the second single “Reborn” produced by Dansonn beats off his upcoming album. This track was made in the hopes of reviving listeners from the darkest thoughts and deepest of pains. From the increasing rate of suicide our world is facing and the lack of support people receive in the times of need, music like this is appreciated. This song not only will help you feel better, but hopefully gives you an alternative outlook and saves you from yourself. We all have had moments where we have felt like nothing else matters and why do we even need to exist anymore. We ask ourselves, would it make a difference if we were here any longer? This song speaks to you! This song tells you why you’re important and why you matter and why you must belong. Listen and “Be Reborn”.
After the successful release of his hit single “Slangin Knowledge” in February of this year, acclaimed Baltimore rapper Sullee J has once again linked up with fellow musician Don Streat to release a brand new track in the past week. Their latest collaboration, “Who Am I” also features the talents of Vietnam & Alyson Blaire. The music video was produced by Profitt Productions Films. It features the rappers in a tough and gritty urban scene of dereliction, interspersed with footage of children labouring in a Congolese mine and news footage of the recent riots in the US and disturbances in Italy. The song talks about the harsh realities of life and of those who went to make it big, only to get dragged deep under in a world of crime, drugs and destitution. Each of the artists comes forward to tell a story in powerful words to make you think about life’s struggles and blessings, while getting you to be awake and conscious, while Alyson Blaire provided the backing chorus, asking the inevitable question that every individual facing the struggle asks…. who am I?
Sullee J (a.k.a Sullee Justice) has announced that he and Don Streat are also commencing work on a new project called The Reprogram, and have been actively recruiting other musicians from the Baltimore hip-hop/rap scene to produce music with a greater purpose. Who Am I is one of the first fruits of the new project’s labour, and has given a platform for upcoming artists like Vietnam and Alyson Blaire to show the world about themselves in their respective verses while displaying several realities across the globe that cover famine, police brutality, corruption and more. The Reprogram is now opening more opportunities for local artists to become involved with Sullee J and Don Streat and bring out meaningful messages in their bars.
“Two versatile MCs get together and bless you with profound lyricism. KXNG Crooked and Sullee Justice expose a unique vision of their reality in the verses. Crooked Justice is filled with positive and uplifting rhymes along with conscious truths for the riveting minds.” – GlobalFaction promo text
This past Monday, the 1st May 2017, acclaimed Baltimore rapper and cross-cultural artist Sullee J released his latest single, a special collaboration with Long Beach, California-based KXNG Crooked, also known as Crooked I. It is already looking set to be one of Sullee J’s most popular collaborations to date, with its hit mix of digital animation and a team-up with one of West Coast rap’s most technologically proficient names in the business. Sullee himself has released seven mixtapes and numerous singles, collaborating with many artists from different musical backgrounds, successfully fusing hip-hop with Punjabi, Pakistani and Bollywood styles.
The new track, named “Crooked Justice” is a song that is a perfect example of brilliant lyricism over a dope beat. With each bar telling a story, the song comes teamed with a video that is jam-packed with metaphors which reflect “Crooked Justice” in literal terms.
Produced by GlobalFaction, the video is a cool animation of the two rappers on a space travel jaunt, with the lyrics fitting the scenes perfectly. The awesome lyrics, full of meaning, are delivered over a relaxing piano tune, reminiscent hallmarks of the best in independent hip-hop. Look out for some trendy dance moves, Sullee and Crooked jamming to some dope beats on the Moon’s surface – couches and all, and references to major contemporary American issues, such as the Dakota Pipeline controversy. Sullee J and Crooked I’s lyrical styles complement each other perfectly and the track gets you thinking deeply as much as the video entertains you with its colourful cartooney animations.
Crooked I, a.k.a Dominick Wickliffe, is a member of the musical supergroup Slaughterhouse. A successful record company CEO and digital marketing and video channel pioneer, Crooked I is currently signed to Shady Records and has been in the hip-hop business for more than twenty years.
Crooked Justice is available on YouTube and SoundCloud and as a download on iTunes.
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.
Baltimore’s finest Sullee J is back with a new single, where he gets toe-to-toe with fresh talent from the city of Chicago. It’s his latest return to the music scene of the Windy City after collaborating with local singer Lebanese Tweety in April 2016’s Anyway.
This time Sullee J is being featured alongside Chicago Gangland’s Fuji Mollotti and Toy-T. They have released their latest single, entitled “What You Talkin Bout” – which was dropped last Tuesday. The song is all about hip-hop coming together to make a difference, and aims to bring to listeners nothing but street knowledge and showing them just how the game works.
It’s a raw track, straight from the belly of Great Lakes hip-hop and filtered through the tough ganglands of Chi-Town, with a classic beat and a masterful flow. Definitely one for those who like to get back to their rapping roots. Chicago vs. Baltimore.
The video was filmed in Chicago and produced by Moevi Films Production. Filming was by director Moe Omar (Ugly Moe).
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.
Accomplished Baltimore rapper Sullee J returns with a new single as he recently announced his new signing with Bogish Brand Ent. in the United States. This new track is entitled ‘Bad Habits’ and sees Sullee J pay homage to his Pakistani heritage by dropping a bilingual flow in English and Urdu, the national langauge of Pakistan, of which Sullee is a fluent speaker.
Bad Habits, also called ‘Old Habits’, or in Urdu ‘Jiyu Kaise’ speaks on the battles between culture and politics. Produced by AnnoDominiBeats, the music video starts off with the sights of the once-glorious city of Detroit, the erstwhile ‘Motor City‘ of the Americas. Sullee J appears near some cool street art and immediately drops some Urdu lyrics with his unmistakable delivery and raw emotion, before moving onto English. It is a powerful song, which speaks of the bad and good of human society and the struggle of existence in an international theatre of hate and war, interspersed with video and news footage of the tragedies unfolding in the Middle East, some of which is raw and unsettling for some viewers.
Some words extracted from the hook which Sullee J has translated especially are “How can I live like this? am I also suppose to break hearts, or help join them? Everywhere I look, it always seems corrupt, it feels like this whole life is a game, and people will do whatever to win in it, How can I live like this?”
Bad Habits is now out on YouTube and you can download the MP3 version on SoundCloud.
Baltimore rapper of many styles and hues Sullee J is back with a new single “Anyway”, featuring the elegant lyrical talents of Chicago-based singer Lebanese Tweety. The slick video, produced by Michael ‘G-Nut’ Flores, was shot at the beautiful Lake Shore area of Chicago.
Anyway defines the very essence of a modern relationship and what people call “love”. It also talks candidly of the emotional effects of breakups and the importance of understanding and being there for each other.
The new track by Lebanese Tweety and Sullee J is now available on YouTube and SoundCloud.
From the streets of Baltimore, rapper and verbal philosopher Sullee J has released a new single fresh for March 2015. His latest banger is entitled ‘Kamikaze‘ and is a great example of the vigorous flow mixed with a stupendous delivery that has always been a hallmark of this artist.
Produced by GreezyDub, also known as Dub Vader, who has worked on production and sound engineering for CaShis, Royce da 59 and Par City, Kamikaze is where Sullee J runs unchallenged from the ground to the moons of Mars. With its fast-paced delivery accompanied by piano, Kamikaze is breathless, a sudden blood rush to the ears as the untouchable Sullee J cuts through lyrically, rising above the challengers like a pilot on his final mission.
Sullee J’s new track Kamikaze is now available for listening on xxsulleexx, his YouTube channel and also on Soundcloud now.