Rapper King Eminem recently enlisted the help of Supa Dups from Miami-based sound system Black Chiney for the production of his single “Fast Lane” off his upcoming album Bad Meets Evils Hell: The Sequel. The beat was made by Supa Dups and his production partner Jason ‘JG’ Gilbert.
This is not the first time Supa Dups has worked with the rapper. He also produced a song on Eminem’s Recovery album for which he won a Grammy award earlier this year.
Supa Dups had this to say about his success, “Mi feel very fortunate ’cause dem decide fi remake this album 12 years later. I am not even a hip-hop producer, so I don’t know how I even end up on there,” He also states, “I don’t expect it to be a huge commercial single but it is something the hardcore hip-hop fans will appreciate. I expect it to be huge but not commercially, but I would like it to be.”
Supa Dups was also responsible for the remix of Eminem’s White Trash Party with Vybz Kartel and has also worked with other international acts like John Legend, Estelle, Mary J. Blige, Cardinal Offishall, Sean Paul, Buju Banton, Collie buddz, Pitbull, Jah Cure and Bruno Mars.