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Big Sug better known as Sugsworth Dinero has been rapping since he was in elementary school. He then started refining his skills in high school, forming a group, Stickup Kids with close friends Killa, OJ, & Vic Evans, opening for well-known artists. Recording a few independent singles and releasing the underground classic, The Cap'n, he captured the attention of all true music lovers. His debut CD is stacked with blazing hot tracks and little treats for the ladies, like the C. Storme-assisted, Lights Out (Turn off the Lights). For Sug, the old saying, If you can't be used... you are useless, holds up after all. First off, Sug's street flare is so unique, he had to start his own clothing line.  Then there is the fresh Jersey mixed with South Carolina flow, which he describes as hip-hop with a rock star appeal. Others say his music is reminiscent of Big Pun in his prime and captivating like Jay-Z's untouchable lyrics over his homemade infectious beats. Finally, there's the hook: experience. Sug has music in his blood. Born Shannon L. Hill of Plainfield, New Jersey and son/nephew of P-funk superstar brothers Richard & Jack Hill, Sug remembers seeing his father and uncle perform countless major events. He says, music has always been a part of my life. I knew that I was going to be an entertainer at a very young age. The rapper, presses the envelope, setting him apart from the rest. I just got tired of everybody praising this new music that honestly is not very good compared to what I grew up with, says Sug. The beats are dope, but the lyrics lack heavily. I want to bring back hip-hop from the "dead", he adds.   This attitude spawned his debut album Lifestylin'. The album brings the fresh back to hip-hop. One listen and you'll see why Sug is feeling and doing good. Sug's talents don't end with music. Be on the look out for his fashion label (CELEBRITY) & adult beverage (HLY WTR), In local and major stores everywhere!

Pocket change!

Pocket change.mp3
SugsWorth Dinero,
Aug 14, 2017, 5:32 PM
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SugsWorth Dinero,
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