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NEW MUSIC: Hurt Everybody's Debut EP Is A Breath Of Fresh Air + Features Iman Shumpert From The Knicks [AUDIO]

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Hurt Everybody, a dynamic trio out of Chicago comprised of Supa Bwe, Carl, and Mulatto Beats, released their sonically complex debut project the “Hurt Everybody EP" on July 4th, which includes a feature from none other than the New York Knicks' Iman Shumpert.

Shumpert, featured on the song “Coin”, is from Chicago and actually went to Oak Park and River Forest High School with Supa Bwe. Along with Shumpert, the project features Chicago mainstays Alex Wiley, Mick Jenkins, Kembe X, and Saba Pivot.

The Hurt Everbody EP is unique, with minimal textured production and incredibly diverse sonic progression throughout each song. The vocals, provided mostly by Supa Bwe and Carl, are an interesting blend of rapping, singing, and screaming. As Supa puts it, “I can’t sing, but I’mma scream lovely about you.” Press play below on a revolutionary project from three young artists pushing the boundaries of hip-hop music and music period.