Upon the release of Scholastica Park, Supakaine has been getting attention online and offline. Lately his momentum been on a steady incline. As the internet clamored since the release Supakaine felt it was time to get his new listeners a show. the room packed in all night. Supakaine has many comrades associates in the Majestic Cafe. everyone from Guilty Simposon to Prada leary covered the stage as they all celebrated Supakaines new release. peep the gallery below ! LIKE/SHARE
Supakaine has had quite the year. After finishing a tour with Slum Village, Guilty Simpson and Black Milk, the Detroit rising star found himself overseas in South Africa closing out a festival this Summer — he then jumped on another tour with Def Jam’s Amir Obe. Now, Supakaine has buckled down to give us this 11-track masterpiece. Scholastica Park is stacked with smooth Hip-Hop beats, heavy drum and snares and well dug-up samples. Aforementioned tourmates Guilty Simpson and Slum Village join the likes of Chuck Inglish, Sam Austins and DaG as features on the project. Supakaine really took his time to deliver some of the best lyrics he’s ever written (it’s filled with witty lines that are both inspirational and thought provoking), and this full-length deserves every bit of solid play through. Stream Scholastica Park in full below (available via all streaming platforms).
In 1966, the doors of the Hamilton Mortuary were locked and the building forgotten. Tonight is your chance to ﬁnd out why. This weekend, for the ﬁrst time,
the Hamilton Mortuary will be open to the public...
at your own risk.
-Bear witness to the atrocities committed within its walls.
-Experience the cruelty of the staﬀ first-hand.
-Encounter the unfortunate souls that entered before, and PRAY you don't join them.
$13 to enter, $10 for Highland Park residents.
Thursday, October 26th:7p-11p
Friday, October 27th: 7p-1a
Saturday, October 28th: 7p-1a
Sunday, October 29th: 7p-11p
Tuesday, October 31st: 7p-11p
for tickets at door or
...You've been warned.
By: Joe Robinson
Over the last week Def Jam's Amir Obe welcomed Supakaine to join him on his "None Of The Clocks Work" Tour. Following the release of Amir's latest EP "None of The Clocks Work" he set off across 7 cities nationwide. With Supakaine's most recent releases it made sense for him to jump on and finish while his records build. Supakaine closed the tour on two dates Detroit and Chicago. check out the recaps below.