Legendary hip-hop label Suave House Entertainment releases “Crown Me”, the debut single from 19-year-old Corey Morris.
“Crown Me” is more than just the first official single from Suave House Entertainment. It’s a bold re-introduction to Hip-Hop’s cornerstone brand for quality music. The new single displays its flagship artist’s ability to couple articulate ideas with superior wordplay. From the cover art to the vision and quality of the song’s production, to the iconic touch of Suave House founder Tony Draper and his label’s original hit-making producer T-Mixx, “Crown Me” is a statement record. It’s a statement for Corey Morris as a dynamic new artist, Suave House as the label that puts music first and Draper as a legendary independent music executive. One listen to the hook and you understand that the song is an honest commentary about the current state of hip-hop music.
Have you ever heard a song with an “intermission” in the middle? Midway through the music abruptly stops and a voice breaks in….
“Ok, wait a minute, wait a minute. This sh*t was so f—ing dope that we had to stop the song just to give y’all guys a pause because we don’t want to kill Y’all with all this dopeness… Go back to it man, let’s get it.”
About Suave House Entertainment
Better known, as “The legendary Suave House Records,” Suave House was founded in 1990 by then 16-year-old, Tony Draper. Completely independent since his inception, the Houston-based mogul has been an influential force in the music industry for over 20 years. Suave has introduced the masses to the likes of 8Ball & MJG, Tela and former Geto Boy, Big Mike, selling millions of records earning gold and platinum plaques along the way. Draper has used his keen business sense to help Cash Money secure their six-figure deal with Universal back in 1998, stepped in to negotiate the Clipse’s long-delayed release from Jive Records and was instrumental in Ice Cube’s comeback album, Laugh Now, Cry Later, becoming the highest selling indie album of 2006, with 650,000 copies sold.