Kill Da Bitch can mean many things, but at the end of that day if you aren't Killin Da Bitch, you may as well stay home and snuggle with a body pillow. On "Kill Da Bitch", Sugur Shane lunges at you like an upset puma, spitting acid & clawing you to shreds with his rapid and cunty flow. The bass rumbles, the crashes deliver enough impact to shatter your mom's fine China, and the levels of shade are at dangerous levels. How'd this battle turn into a fight?! On the flip side we finally see the release of "Buddah VS Sugur", which was famously played by Total Freedom at Hood By Air's showcase finale during 2014's New York Fashion Week. The chants and stabs guide you while the distant air horns shriek at you drawing you into the circle at the center of the dance floor.This is the definition of a Vogue battle anthem. The EP is complimented by remixes from New Orleans natives Kid Kamillion & Jesse Slayter, Team Supreme's power house Colta and M.O.D.'s #1 shooter Lil Texas.
Shane currently resides in Philly and draws heavily from 90's dance music and hip hop, citing Gillete & Notorious B.I.G. as some of his major influences. The touted Butch Queen is a staple at Balls & Vogue nights up & down the East Coast, and is proceeded by his long list of collaborators & supporters including scene purveyors like Tom Stephan, Evian Christ, L-Vis 1990, Sam Tiba, Dubbel Dutch, Jubilee, Mike Q and Vjjuan Allure.. and thats just the tip of the iceberg. Shane truly possesses a very unique and animated delivery previously unseen. If you don't recognize the realness, shade on you.