Supa Bwe and director Cole Bennett link for a crazy new visual and more.
Finally, Chicago emcee Supa Bwe has revealed to the public the official cover art to his debut project "Finally Dead," which will be available December 6th, but the good news is that you can pre-order now. Supa's latest release premiered via Complex in which he stated,
"I've been working on Finally Dead for over a year and a half now, trying to make sure I put together something that's genuinely me without doing my usual 'angry emo boy' approach... as every rapper with a face tat is fighting for the lane that was once only mine. I birthed a genre once, I'll do it again. Finally Dead morphed over the last year from what was supposed to be my 'suicide project,' into an incredible display of my talents. It's a creative tomb - literally. It used to mean, 'You couldn't kill me, so just give me the gun,' but now it represents my new lust for life. I've reached that point I've been trying to get to. The new music is both sonically and lyrically better as I've grown so much in the last year, both personally and skill-wise.
For his new visual captured by Cole Bennett, You'll see his visions come to light and to better explained the concept of his anticipated visual, Supa explained via Complex.
"I'm trying to convey that my island is hostile to invaders, so stay away," Supa Bwe said of the meaning behind the video. "I'm expressing my disdain towards the labels I've inherited through actions misunderstood by those whose opinions shift with the winds. I'm encapsulating the expression, 'If you rob me, you better kill me.'... Cole [Bennett] is my brother, working with him isn't work, it's just doing what we do. I let him manifest what he sees because I trust his vision."