East Atlanta Rapper ‘SupaStarDaGreat’ Talks Contributing GREATNESS to the Southern Rap Game!!

By: Carisha the Diva

To the whole world in the south particularly, Atlanta has become a city that houses some of the most talented individuals in the music industry. This is a city where new trends are started, and new sounds break into the mainstream masses. The rap game has housed some of the biggest Atlanta born artists and continues to keep adding ‘greatness to the line-up. Rapper / songwriter SupaStarDaGreat is amongst those names of people who are making monumental milestones.

Hailing from East Atlanta, Georgia the rapper originally started out making beats before going full throttle into the rap game as a music artist. While he was still in high school, he was already directing and shooting his own music videos which evolved into completing successful singles, albums, connections and overall being respected in the city for his craft.

SupaStarDaGreat managed to hit a major peak in his career after a press run on Atlanta’s notorious radio station Streetz 94.5 FM. From there he went on to perform at several stages, but most recently had a stand-out show at the 2022 Revolt Summit where he performed in front of Hip Hop greats DJ Drama, Atl Jacob, and Rhapsody. Not slowing down anytime soon the artist is planning to drop more music at the top of the year including the visual to his new hit single ‘Creed’ out now on all platforms.

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Check out his Q&A below

  1. Talk to us about where you grew up?
    -I grew up around Decatur and East Atlanta which are very close by the way…both my elementary and middle school was in Decatur, high school was in east Atlanta. So, I mainly claim East Atlanta.

  2. How did you first fall in love with music?
    -My household, my family was very into music…I had all kind of instruments around my house for as long as I can remember.


  3. Who are your musical influences?
    -Lil Wayne, 2pac, Ye, Skooly, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson.


  4. What has been the most challenging aspect of maintaining your career?
    -Keeping up with all the changes in social media and the trends that affect how more fans are reached.


  5. How do you prepare to go into the studio?
    -I normally don’t, I just have a few beats in a folder and kind of create the vibe as I go along there, it works better for me that way.


  6. How would you describe yourself to the world. What do you like to do on your off time, favorite movies, food, introvert, extrovert, etc.?
    -I am very extroverted! I don’t hate on anyone for any reason, I love helping people and I’m very passionate about anything I do!
    My favorite food is “Broccoli cheese casserole” and my favorite movie of all time is “8 Mile”. On my off time I just spend time with my son or loved ones!

  7. How did you come up with your artist’s name?
    -I wanted a “Big” name to capture my energy and how talented I am at what I do.


  8. Talk to us about your new single ‘Creed’
    -Creed is that one track for real! Creed is a high energy club banger that highlights things like how me and all my people getting money, my girl is foreign, and how the way I’m kicking it other folks who “aren’t popping like me”! The best part is when I perform it the crowd goes crazy every time!


  9. What do you hope the single will display to the world about you?
    -How lyrical and talented I am with the different cadences and melodic flows I use in the song!

  10. What are your plans for next year?
    -Drop music videos to all the singles I’m pushing and continue to elevate to the next level

  11. How would you describe the single in 1 word.
    -GAK