San Diego native, Supreme Ace, has been bringing a hip-hop scene to Denver while making a name for himself throughout the country. He just got off tour with Fly America and now he has released his newest project Timeless EP with Resepct Magazine-there is no doubt he is working hard to get what he wants.
His passion for music started back in 1995 at the young age of 4. “My dad played “It Was A Good Day” by Ice Cube, I remember it like it was yesterday, and ever since then hip-hop has been with me.” When providing music for his fans he always wants to give them himself and a different experience on each song and project. His goal is to always inspire his listeners.
Ace kicked off 2015 by going on a 23 city tour with Fly America including artists Mark Battles and Derek Luh. Speaking on the tour he says, “The tour life was amazing, it was all new to me and a lot of work. It’s not as easy as it seems, especially the 12 hour tour bus rides to different cities. All in all it was a great experience and I can’t wait to do it again.” While on tour he cherished meeting new fans and hints that another tour is on the way.
Champion was his debut project and he worked with some of hip-hop’s biggest names such as CyHi The Prynce, Dizzy Wright, Dorrough Music, Pac Div and more. Champion was him introducing himself and Timeless is the beginning of his story. Ace deciding to release with Respect Magazine was easy, “I’ve been following Respect Magazine since the launch. I’m a big fan so I reached out and they love my music.” Next he would like to work with Ty Dolla $ign. “He’s always someone I wanted to work with and we are working on it.”
From having a vision and putting it into motion to making sacrifices and staying dedicated (along with lack of sleep), Ace has gotten to where he is today. He advises upcoming artists, “You have to make sacrifices to succeed so never give up if music is truly your passion and remember it’s all about timing.”
Get familiar with Ace Supreme because he is coming.
Check out his website here