The Supervisor and Don Def fresh off that Cortez 3 with the new video for Key Card, it’s a banger! Peep it buy the album and all that shit.
Friday Night The Supervisor threw an incredible show at Starlight Square in Cambridge. Hip-hop was in the building with guests such as Relentless, The Dunnas, King Author, Don Def and ofcourse The Doppelgangaz headlining. It was an epic show at a great venue in Cambridge. Above is the show I didn’t film all of it but I tried to highlight every performer. Pick up Cortez 3 by The Supervisor and Jack the Rapper featuring production from North$ide Dro and the incredible Doppelgangaz.
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The Supervisor and Jack The Rapper connect again for their last ride on Cortez 3: The Final Chapter. This has been a great series of albums by the 2 Boston MC’s and this may be their best yet, including production from the incredible Doppelgangaz on 3 joints and Dro providing the rest, production wise this album is tight. The Supervisor and Jack The Rapper prove their lyrical range once again, and bring upon frequent collaborators Don Def among others to crush it along side them. Check this album out give it a listen, better yet give it a buy and support underground hiphop. Lastly, this Friday The Supervisor and Jack The Rapper are throwing a free album release party for Cortez 3 in Cambridge with The Doppelgangaz headlining , did i mention it was FREE! I’ll be there come check out the hiphopheads podcast crew and enjoy some good music, more info on the flyer below.
— The Supervisor (@Supervisor_HLB) September 10, 2021
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Hiphopheads Podcast alumni The Supervisor is back this time a Collab with our friend Chairman Chow providing the beats. This is a concept album about the Methadone Mile in Boston and is just crazy. If you purchase the album every dollar gets donated to the Pine Street Inn (Boston Homeless Shelter) and to Boston’s homeless. It’s a short joint but really delivers in every way, super raw stuff here. Feel free to stream below and throw them some loot it’s for a good cause.
The Methadone Myles EP was created in order to tell stories that are rarely heard from a place that the city of Boston has tried for years to forget. In order to bring much needed attention and funding to organizations that are helping people survive and escape from Methadone Mile, all proceeds from this project are being donated directly to the Pine Street Inn and Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program. A limited number of CDs are available by submitting proof of donation to either of those organizations along with a shipping address and emailing that information to email@example.com. http://methadonemyles.com/
Cambridge sun, what!
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