Denver's Supreme Ace continues to be one of the shining hip-hop star's on the come up right now. And his latest single "Diamonds", featuring Maryland's rising star IDK formerly Jay IDK and Jersey's Mir Fontane, is just another example of the artist's lyrical mastery. Hit play below:
A warm-hued instrumental sets the stage for a sleek flow that swings naturally from start to finish. With production being handled be Ric And Thadeus, "Diamonds" delivers a one-two punch combo of sharp beats and street lyricism. All three artists perfectly deliver a silk-draped performance to create a charming track with an unavoidably infectious hook.
"Diamonds" is unequivocally smooth and 3:35 minutes will go by before you know it. Creating a track that allows such a unique range of vocal styles and sharp lyricism to glide so effortlessly is what makes Supreme Ace such a deadly hip-hop artist.
Ace's "Layovers In NYC' EP release is set for release later this month, so get ready.