Empress T of Zuri Speaks and BroJ of Xclan welcomes to Revolutionary Music SUPERNATURAL aka Super Nat. Supernatural is an American rapper best known for his "on-the-spot" freestyle and battle rap abilities.
BIO: Supernatural began rhyming at the age of 14. Moving to New York City at the age of 19, Supernatural began to make a name for himself on the hip hop scene and by 1993 he won the New Music Seminar. A week prior he was signed by Elektra Records, where he recorded an album titled "Natural Disasters". His first worldwide known single was "Buddha blessed it". He had landed a radio-show on 98.7 Kiss-FM 1994 where he met KRS-One from the group Boogie Down Productions who became not only a friend but his business manager. Supernatural
A compilation album of previously recorded tracks entitled The Lost Freestyle Files was released in 2003.
In the end 2005 MC Supernatural has also released a second full-length album, called S.P.I.T. (Spiritual Poetry Ignites Thought) (2005, Up Above Records), which featured Raekwon (of the Wu Tang Clan), B-Real (of Cypress Hill), and Chali 2na (of Jurassic 5) and had Producers like Vitamin D, Jake One, Bean One, Marco Polo, DJ Muggs, DJ Khalil, DJ Rhettmatic and Evidence (of the Dilated Peoples).
On August 5, 2006, Supernatural set a new world record for the longest continuous freestyle rap at the Rock The Bells Festival in San Bernardino, CA. where he rapped for 9 hours and 15minutes.
Supernatural's story and performances are reported in the documentary film Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme, which contains clips of his and Craig G's battle and of the epic battle between Supernatural and MC Juice.
Supernatural is seen in the documentary Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme (2000).
He is credited as a commentator in Midway's basketball game, NBA Ballers.
Supernatural appeared on Assassin (French hip-hop classic) on the single "Undaground Connexion" in September, 1996 as well as the 2000 Assassin LP "touche d'espoir" with Rockin' Squat on "Undaground Connexion Part. II".
Supernatural is mentioned at the end of the Tech N9ne song 'Show Me a God'
2000: Natural Disasters (Recorded 1994)
2003: The Lost Freestyle Files (Babygrande Records)
2005: S.P.I.T. (Up Above Records)
Nov. 25th, 2013 4:00 PM
2 hs 22 mins
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