Tuesday, May 15, 2012

New Mixtape: Supreme Regime - Sloane Peterson

Much hyped Chicago crew Supreme Regime have dropped their debut tape, Sloane Peterson. The title, of course, is a nod to the classic Chicago film Ferris Bueller's Day Off and when we asked why they chose to name the project after the main female in an interview with Jesse and Loud Mouth, their reply was because she was a "bad bitch". That's what's up. The 13-track tape features excellent production from Green Iris and Will is Chillin', another Chicago product. There's a little something here for everybody, and that is why Supreme Regime is here to stay.

Download the mixtape here.


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