Baltimore emcee Sullee J enlists West coast lyricist KXNG Crooked for his new single appropriately titled “Crooked Justice.” The two emcees exchange heavy-hitting verses, fully displaying their on mic chemistry. Sullee J also answered an exclusive Q&A for AllHipHop; where he speaks on his musical influences, how “Crooked Justice: came about, future plans and much more.
Q: What inspires your subject matter? Who are some of your biggest musical influences?
“It’s funny you ask that. Is it possible to be inspired as a musician by a non-musician. I feel like a part of my growth in this game is who inspires me now. Truthfully speaking, leaders in our generation and previous generations like the prophets, kings, visionaries who actually stood for what they believed in. They inspire me. I feel like I can create movements through these words, as they once had to with swords. I’d like to define myself as a martyr with the pen. However, if you really want to know some artist, by no means in any order — Nas, Eminem, Lupe Fiasco, Tupac, Tech N9ne, DMX.”
Q: How did your record with KXNG Crooked come about?
“I’ve done a few records with Crooked. He’s always been humble to up and coming artists that are actually driven. I got nothing but respect for his blessing on this track.”
Q: Do you have any other big name features in the works?
“I do, I do! It will be the single after this when I release that info. But, definitely check out some of my other tracks recently I did with Young Buck, Project Pat, Royce Da 5’9, Kuniva of D12 and many more.”
Q: What would be your dream collaboration? Producer or artist?
“Producer wise, honestly, I really want to work with Swizz Beats. I would murder everything he creates. Artist wise, on my bucket list, either Nas or Eminem.”
Listen to the new song below: