World Premiere: Nyemiah Supreme's "Downgrade"
Don’t mess with Nyemiah Supreme, boys. The Sisterhood of Hip Hop rapper may be single (aside from a possible romance with Mack Wilds?) and she will cut you down two number two with the quickness if she doesn’t like what you’re bringing. Nyemiah released a new song about how she deals with low down-good-for-nothing dudes and gave us the back story about it. Hear the exclusive world premiere right here, then read what the Supreme being had to say.
What’s the inspiration behind “Downgrade”?
When you catch your man acting up, for me, it’s like, I’m holding you on a pedestal and now I have to take you down. Now you have to pay. It’s my revenge and focusing on me. I should be number one.
You mentioned on Sisterhood of Hip Hop that you had a bad past relationship. Is this song about him?
Yeah definitely. The most recent one. I had to step back like he’s doing all these things. You’re being this liar. If you want to be that, go over there and be that. Don’t interrupt the greatness that I’ve got going on.
Have you told your ex about this song?
[Laughs]. No. He’ll be like, “Did you write that song about me?” Nah. I didn’t give him a heads up. I don’t know if he thinks I’m dissing him on TV.
Has the show helped your love life?
No. Not yet. I think the guys are afraid of me. I’m too “New York aggressive.” They see those freestyle videos like, “Nah. Nah."