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|Info:||Supa Mario also known as Mario Record was born in Memphis,
Tennessee in 1973. He discovered his interest in music about
the age of 7 when he heard his first rap song by "Rappin'
Shortly after that, he became involved in secular rap music
by making his own mix tapes around the age of 10. By the age
of 14, he purchased his first drum machine and began rapping
and releasing his own mix tape series called Mac D.L.E.
Later he began performing in local clubs with a group called
Unemployed Gangsters and sharing the stages with names like
8-Ball & MJG, Skinny Pimp & 211, and Indo G. & Lil' Blunt
just to name a few. During his later teenage years, he heard
a voice thought to be from God that led him to believe there
was a much greater purpose for life.
By the age of 19, just as he thought the way was paved for
his mainstream success, he was at a church in Sledge,
Mississippi when he was asked that life changing question,
"If you died today, do you know where your soul would spend
eternity?" From that day, his life was not the same. He no
longer had the same agenda to make music that glorified all
things sinful and negative like selling drugs which he used
to do, smoking weed, drinking alcohol, and promiscuousness.
He then threw away all his secular music and parted ways
with all people who were opposed to his new lifestyle.
He then began to go to church regularly, a church called
Prayer House of Deliverance, where the late James Salton was
pastor. Under the expert tutelage of Pastor Salton and other
leaders in the ministry, they taught him about Jesus Christ
and how to come Up from the World.
For about 5 years he absorbed all the knowledge they would
convey to him, thus birthing a new creature with the same
gifts and talents to be used against the enemy he once
Supa Mario started his ministry in 2001 performing at local
churches, clubs, and other youth activities with a group
called The Ludachristians. The southern sound of deep bass
and poppin' snare drums caused people to wanna hear what we
had to say, and for about 3 years they shared stages with
names like W.A.R. Klick, The Great Commission, Mr. Del &
Holy South, Non-Fiction, and Canton Jones are only a few.
They would soon release an album in 2003 called "We on a
Mission". The Ludachristians have parted as a group but till
this day remain friends. Still, Supa Mario is moving forward
with the mission God has given him and using the powerful
tool called Rap Music to tell this dying generation about
the enemy's plans and Jesus' return.
Supa Mario: Debut Album
The rapper released his debut album "Holla Looya At Ya Boy!"
|Release:||Holla Looya At Ya Boy!|
|Media:||[Audio CD] |
|Info:||The album is released in February 2008.|
Production by Radikalous Productions, Trauma Da Drummer Boi,
and Supa Mario.
Guest appearances by Tina Tilton, Percy of Non-Fiction,
Khamsin, Essence, Naketha McGee, Mastamynd, Ilia,
Non-Fiction, C. Micah, Alphlex, Kari Hobbs, Souljah Cee,
RedDog, Triz, and C-Dub.
1. Supa Start
2. Holla Looya At Cha Boy!
3. Err Body Up
4. Handz In Da Air
5. The Greatest Song
7. Coast 2 Coast
8. How U Ride
9. Lift Yo Armz
10. Kingdom In Me
12. WSPR Radio
14. Whatcha Think About That
15. Runnin' Fa
16. He Reignz
17. Get Back
18. Holla Looya At Cha Boy (remix) - Bonus Track
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