Inception features Sullee J’s unique rapid-fire mono-flow. It’s a different kind of flow. Worth a listen. Sullee’s a positive rapper, so no narcorapping here. And how does he do that double chinstrap beard thing?!
Sullee J was born on March 25th, 1985 in Baltimore, Maryland. He grew up in a Pakistani/American culture. He struggled with neglect, racism, multiplied mistakes, and heartaches. Sullee J moved to Chicago’s Stony Island area in 2004 where he was greatly influenced by the music scene. On December 28th, 2005 Sullee J was in a life changing car accident that landed him in the hospital for over a month, and bedridden for a year.He now reflects, before my accident I was always on the edge, didn’t care, would get into anything, and didnt care if I died right there. After it, I realized how much I had and how much of a change I needed to make. I realized that death wasn’t for me yet. I almost gave up before the accident and then something came into me. It felt like God put something in me, which now I know is my faith. Thats what keeps everything at a positive level for me.”
Faith is truly the backbone to Sullee J’s existence. Through his signature delivery and versatile flow, he methodically injects his reality with a positive outlook.
Sullee J began writing poetry to express himself when he was in the fifth grade, and started laying down his words to music in 2008 after self-realization of his gift. Sullee J’s fans echo that he is comparable to other hip-hop artists, like Eminem, Lupe Fiasco, and Nas. Sullee J is driven to reach a diverse audience with his music, and inspire, move, and entangle entire generations with his words.
Sullee J’s single, “Billy’s Conscience” has already led him to international acclaim as he and his song have been featured on Fox news affiliates nationwide. “Billy’s Conscience” shows how Sullee J captivates listeners as he tells the story of Billy Anderson, a young man whose struggle through a mysterious illness has received vast media attention
Sullee J flew to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to meet Billy Anderson at the hospital. He did several news interviews with Billy’s family to help bring awareness to Billy’s mystery illness. Billy’s wife exclaimed, “The only thing that Sullee J has more of than talent, is heart. His heart is so big; you can’t help but listen and be taken in by his words. They are consuming.” Since that first news interview, Sullee J has done two more to help the Anderson family and be a voice for Billy. This is the epitome of who Sullee J is, and what he is about.
Opened for: DJ Whoo Kid, Jay Sean, Mos Def, DJ Drama, Waka Flocka, DMX, Travis Porter, Maino, DTP, and more!