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Sullee J

Baltimore emcee Sullee J teams with notable lyricist KXNG Crooked, Big Majazi and Thir13een for the official video to their collaboration, “Revolutionary”. Sullee is currently working on his forthcoming album titled “Spear” slated to arrive by the end of the year.

Sullee Justice, is a Pakistani American Rapper. He was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He has amassed a global following with his lyrical, captivating positive sound of Hip Hop. To date he has released seven mixtapes and most recently, his eight mixtape entitled “SOLO”. He has released one album “Vindication” and is working on his next one releasing soon “SPEAR”.

His has had song features with major artists such as Kuniva of D12, Canibus, Diabolic, K-Rino, Royce Da 5’9, KXNG Crooked, Joe Moses, Ca$his and more. He has also just released songs such as “Nothing To Lose” featured on Outlawz latest mix tape and “Imma’ Hustla” ft. Cashis & Crooked placed on Ca$his latest album County Hound II prod. by Rikanatti, Eminem & More. His recent releases feature Philly’s Cyssero & Chris Crown on What They Want. He has just released “Work” featuring Young Buck of G-Unit, Cashis & Project Pat and New Whip featuring Joe Moses.

Sullee J, displayed talent and interest in music as early as fifth grade. He began to lay down vocals to music in 2008 after the self-realization that he had a gift for rhyme and rhythm. His influences include Lupe Fiasco, DMX, Eminem, Rakim, and Hans Zimmer to name a few.

Sullee J, has been featured on CBS as well as FOX news. He has also been featured in XXL, The Source, Hip Hop DX, Yahoo News, Kevin Nottingham, All Hip Hop, plus other notable publications and has accumulated over one million YouTube views. He has also received rotation on radio stations in Uganda, Russia, UK, USA, France, and Norway.

Additionally, the emcee is actively involved in charity work. He has given motivational speeches on behalf of Save the Children in Norway and has helped raise funds for St. Christopher’s Home for Children in St. Kitts. He is driven to reach a diverse audience with his music, and inspire, move, and entangle all generations with his words.

Sullee J, has opened for DJ Whoo Kid, Jay Sean of Cash Money Records, Mos Def, DJ Drama, Waka Flocka, DMX, Travis Porter, Maino, DTP, Lowkey, Dipset’s Hell Rell and many more.