Diffy Boi x Twizzy Boi – “We Strizzy Boi”



These two are literally beasts. When I use the word beasts, I mean like Meek Mill delivery beasty. They deliver each bar like animals! It’s like you can hear them growl while they spit. And I’m saying this as I’m bumpin “Underground Monster.”
The straight kickback feel of this album is why I love it. I could hear this in the hood, ridin around in the Regal, with my people with me, gettin ready to hit this house function. Its that pre-funk music.
This album is everything I need it to be. Some flavy young Kings making music and talkin shit. And that can either be what keeps them at a stand still, or what makes them universal. This might even be a one time collab with Diffy and JuJu Twist. Just to show how hard they can go as a unit. Only time will tell!

But either way, this will stay in rotation. They bring crazy energy, makes you wanna smoke a hella ass blunt and flex on someone. Lol.

Sue References/Recommendations; “Rockstar” feat. Chief’n Jones, “Underground Monster,” “Fuck Flow” feat. Sean Prince x J Byrd, “Welcome to the Nightmare” feat. Sir Stylez Tre

So kick back, grab a brew, roll a plump joint, and hit play.


You’re hella welcome.
Sue Code


Sue Code Pride


I’ve always fucked with the Seahawks because I’m from here, but the last couple years they have been showin their ASS! That stadium, this team, is gonna blow this season UP! We won loudest stadium last month, even got a few haters claiming our stadium’s echo was what got us there. Psh! Piss. Off. That’s the 12th Man warning you because you SHOULD be afraid. My blood is rushing just thinking about how powerful this team is going to end this season, and the season after that, and the season after that! Be afraid!


Review ALERT! – Kris Kasanova – “24K”


Let me just start of by saying, this guy revived my love for Hip Hop. No bullshit. The first time I saw this dude, was at Jarv Dee’s “DOPAMINE” Release Party a while back. He was a special guest, featured on “Picture Me Rollin” and the “Fucked Up” Remix I believe. Ever since then, I been followin’ this cat, and I couldn’t be more grateful to have gotten hip to him when I did. Ever since then, I’ve seen him on the Backroom on 106th and Park, watched his performance on Youtube a while back in NY performing his verse to “Shut Em Down” live. I’ve watched a few of his performances, but the reason I remember that one specifically is because I was DEVASTATED he wasn’t in Seattle performing it! I had that track on repeat for weeks, if not months. That track was definitely what Sue considers a “Triple Motha Fuckin Threat” due to the New York native Kris Kasanova, Seattle’s own Jarv Dee and Cali’s Skeme. The song had me wantin to throw on my hard face, get buck on some random and crack me a beeeitch. Enough about my fanatics though. Lol.

The reason I’ve continuously gravitated towards Kris Kasanova’s music is his consistent creativity. He doesn’t make the basic Rap track featuring a singer. His choice of vocal features, is what solidified my love for his sound. His not quite chopper style, but as if every bar came naturally. Like he breathes this shit, and in that sense I consider him the Whitney Houston of Hip Hop. Vocally you’d think he was J. Cole at first listen, I’m sure I’m not the first who’s said that. Lol. But between his lyricism and delivery, Kris Kasanova will continuously keep the game on their toes. This album definitely reflects his crisp, starched and creased delivery. If I HAD to pick 3 MUST LISTEN tracks, I would pick “Fuck Y’all Livin,” “Pyro,” and “Tomorrow.” But ones that I know will be on my “Get Up, Get Out and Get Somethin” Playlist, “Shut Em Down,” “Kasanova,” and “Gold Chains & Pagers” just off the simple fact its got a snippet from “I’m Gonna Get You Sucka” hahhaaa! Quite clever.

Don’t sleep on the Kasanova, “They ain’t seen it this ill since Big Daddy Kane, black tee gold chain I’m just livin in vein. Oh that’s yo bitch on my dick, well they all look the same. Stay in yo lane…” – #Moshpit


Listen or Download “24K”

Review ALERT! – Joey Kash – “KA$HTRO”


Another artist in Sue’s Freshman list is Joey mothafuckin Kash.

Shit talkin ass Seattle native! If you’re familiar with Mr Kash, you’re familiar with single, “How Fly.” Which was produced by Rob Skeetz, and the following video to the same track produced by Edward Perryman.

Thru out this album, he’s featured production by Rob Skeetz, Mastermind, T-Kewl and a couple others. I definitely fuck with the content, he definitely has that, “i’m the shit, bitch stay in your place” type vibe. Swag accommodating tracks that I think the fly would appreciate! One thing that I admire about this artist is he puts in WORK! He’s not afraid to get what needs to be done, done in order to get to the next step. Definitely someone worth working with.

I enjoyed the flow, and beat selection of this album. I could see him being more powerful and I’m sure he sees the same. He’s constantly working on his craft and it can ONLY get better. This dude has the drive and vision to be the next thing poppin in the town. Maybe not immediately, but I promise you when his time comes, it’s gonna be a mothafuckin movement! So stay tuned, cause I would HATE for you guys to miss out!


Review ALERT! – “The Successor of Victor Von Doom” – Feezable the Germ


Chicago Native, Feezable the Germ has done it once again!

Immediate Sue Faves on this album is “Venting” and “Humm Humm” off top! I’m not gon lie, I started poppin it to “Humm Humm” doe! Hahhaaa! Shit I’m still bumpin as we speak. Production of this album by Jay Battle, a beat fucking genius if you ask me.

This album has so much variety, but not even in a jumble of mess kind of way. In a way that was planned and delivered in such an immaculate way. Hold on… “Reachin” oh my goodness, like I said I’m listening to the album as I’m typing this review. This shit GOES! Don’t sleep on this dude man. Feezable the Germ is in my top 3 for Sue Code Freshman! I advise you guys to get with the movement.

The production and flow of this album has continuously given me goosebumps, just cause I have crossed nothing but dope tracks thru out this whole album! I came around when his previous project, “Along Came A Germ” was getting released. Between “Nostalgia” and “Whattup Bruv” I was already sure I was going to enjoy this cats delivery. It was only gon’ get better.

just to name a couple tapes, “Garlin Green,” “Dark Avenger,” “Super Villain Theme Music,” you can see he’s something like a lyrical savior. Lol

The link to his current album, “The Successor of Victor Von Doom,” and his many other tracks and albums. You’re welcome. http://feezablethegerm.bandcamp.com/

(Side note: if you’re looking for that sexy jam to add to that cutting’ playlist.. “Things To Do In LA” you’re welcome.)