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Supreme Nyborn Style Next Plateau • 1991

Class act album from 1991 on the infamous Next Plateau label (known of Ultramagnetic fame). Supreme is a smooth rhymesayer with a love for ho … euh, women. The opening title track is a blazin basement party track with a real neat bassline. Fonky like hell.

Well, the album opens in style and never backs down. 'I’m Supreme and why’d you think you call me that for?', Nyborne rhymes in 'What If I Was Serious?', a great song. The bassline is hypnotically funk and the lyrics is top notch, on some tracks you’d bet you hear Rakim…

This album is definitely the most underestimated album on the Next Plateau discography despite of the scratched samples of the blazin 'Versatility': 'Never underestimate Supreme caus I’m versatile'… 'I Love Them All' is a dedication to the opposite sex and 'Freak Like A Sax' is a fantastic, steamy song, a soft-erotic highlight in the early 90s hip-hop scene. The lovely sax sample heathens up the atmosphere even more.

'Style' is a very good title for this album, full of funky beats, ill breaks and great lyricism by this soldier who stayed unknown during all these years. Next Plateau proves yet again that it has a nose for hip-hop quality music.

POSTED ON 11|06|2004 by cpf

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