Supa Squad Music
Supa Squad started in 2011 when Mr. Marley and Zacky Man combine their Cape Verdean roots with an ambitious project in the national and international music area.
Their musical projects are a fusion of new roots, reggae and dancehall. A production inspired not only in their origins but also in several different international artists, which carries a message of fun and relaxation but also of affirmation of their ideals.
Supa Squad are not only a pair of singers but are also record producers, that have produced most of their songs. In 2015 they released the EP Supa Squad, which featured Jamaican singer Duane Stephenson, where the composition, production, mix and master of all the songs were all done by the duo. The following year, in 2016, one of the songs from this EP, "Jah Jah Bless Me", gave Supa Squad a nomination for Best Urban Music in the 6th edition of the CVMA (Cape Verde Music Awards).
In addition to their productions, they sang on instrumental songs produced by Major Lazer and Di Genius. Their success is obvious when they exceeded 3 million views on the song "Squeeze Me", with the Portuguese singer and group Virgul and Putzgrilla, respectively. They collaborated again with Putzgrilla and the Jamaican singer Ce'Cile on the theme “Whine” in 2015, and also shared stages with names such as Leftside, Charly Black, SOJA and Capleton and collaborated with Sentinel Sound and Pow Pow Movement.
Their first music video "System Ovaload" was a national hit, followed by "Gyal Move". In 2014, the song "Top General" reaffirmed the name Supa Squad in the reggae & national dancehall movement, and to this day it still remains a huge hit in every concert they perform.
The duo is known for their energetic performances and their presence felt on stage. They have performed at portuguese festivals such as Sumol Summer Fest, Musa Cascais, MEO Sudoeste, Sol da Caparica, Campo Pequeno, Coliseu dos Recreios, Hard Club and many still to come.
The two singles "Pick Up Di Phone" and "Love We Bad", took the duo back to their musical origins with the dancehall and moombathton feeling that meet their fans expectations, without leaving anyone indifferent to this sound. Most recently, they collaborated with Leftside on the theme "Drop It" which occupied several positions in the European Top 10 charts, also alongside Beatbombers they did "Takin Over" which is already a national hit. At the end of this year’s July (2017), they released "The One," a collaboration with the Portuguese singer Virgul, which is already a huge success with tens of thousands of YouTube views.
Their style is unique in the country and that is why Supa Squad are always growing without ever disappointing.
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