‘Decale’ portrays Supersonic's very percussive production style featuring African samples, deep bass, and repetitive, minimalist arrangements laced with easy going but strong Hip hop-oriented lyrics.
Not too long ago, Supersonic Blaze thrilled his ever growing fan base with an up-tempo Afrobeat song titled, "Show Ur Style", which trended on all social media platforms. Now he makes another bold statement with this groovy Afrobeat song titled, "Decale", produced by him. ‘Decale’ portrays Supersonic's very percussive production style featuring African samples, deep bass, and repetitive, minimalist arrangements laced with easy going but strong Hip hop-oriented lyrics.
Born Precious Ewa on the 4th of July, Supersonic Blaze whose alter-ego is #Beautyandthebeat, is a multi talented vocalist and prolific music producer of international repute. He began singing and playing the keyboard in his local parish church at the age of 14. To further hone in on his talent, he quit the pursuit of a law degree to study audio engineering at the prestigious SAE Institute, Middlesex, London before transferring to Dubai.
Supersonic’s music exists in the space between modern Hip-hop and Afrobeat which somehow ties tradition together, while placing his distinct personality on it. He makes it clear in the first verse of the ‘Decale’ song, that women are the life of the party when he says
"Girl u blow my mind, u look so fine/u be my type na why I get ur time".
In his own words he said "
"When I produce dance music I make it easy for anybody to sing along because I just want people to listen to my music and dance away their worries".
According to Supersonic, his music is greatly influenced by the modern hip-hop culture of his generation and legendary Afrobeat musicians like Fela Kuti, Awilo Logomba e.t.c, introduced to him by his dad while growing up.
He is the 2012 winner of the Marvel Sound Check tournament held in Dubai. His hobbies include cooking,Djing and playing video games.