Did Superb write Supreme Clientele and Bulletproof Wallets?
First and foremost, I am a Wu fan and a Ghostface fan. S0 I don’t intend to discredit any of those artists.
Both those albums are classics, put Ghostface into my Top 10, so I would like to believe Ghostface was the author.
Before Wu/Ghost fans run to discredit Superb as a “disgruntled employee”, you have to understand, dudes from Far Rockaway will write rhymes for dudes out of loyalty. (See Stack Bundles)
- These dudes styles are damn near identical, from the flow, to the voice, to the slang
- Both them dudes cry on various records
- I know Wu sometimes share verses with each other
- The original name of Supreme Clientele was Superb Clientele (shout out to Dom Pacino)
- Why is Superb all over Supreme Clientele and Bulletproof Wallets? ( theres hundreds of Wu affiliates)
Tony Yayo was locked up with Superb in Rikers from 2003 -04. He claims that:
“He didn’t write it. That kid from Far Rockaway — Superb — he wrote that record. You know Superb from Far Rock?” (Tony Yayo interview with Spin Magazine)
Ghostface responded to the claims.
“Superb is Rae’s man. He been in the studio a few times while we’re doing shit. He ain’t write shit,” All ‘Perb contributed was a couple of lines that you could put in the air. When we write, we all do that. ‘Say this one right here’ or ‘Put this one right here.’ We all catch lines with each other ’cause you in the studio.”