Rapper Supreme Ace tapped his LA-comrade Casey Veggies to recount a tale of rags to riches. "Feel Me" is the ultimate flex track and embodies every aspect of the come-up: the hard-working grind and time spent in the shadows all the way up to the money and plethora of women. The head-bopping beat carries listeners through as both artists deliver charismatic, catchy and relatable verses. This is the song to listen to while visualizing flexing on your haters after finally achieving a long-awaited goal.
Supreme Ace has garnered much attention in the recent years with the consistency in noteworthy musical output. The latter includes tracks "Layovers In NYC" with featured IDK, Alex Wiley, and more. Most recently, the Denver-made rising artist dropped the visuals for his Nard & B produced joint "Never Been." Moreover, the rapper also dropped a collaborative EP last summer with Rob4Real titled 3NightsAgo, a project which demonstrated the unique musical chemistry between two artists.
Where was you when we were sleeping on them couches?
Doing verses in the basement, drinking juices out them pouches