Suga Free

Dajuan Louis Rice is known for lyrics about street prostitution, bad language and violence. He showcases his range of emotions in works like “Dip Da”, where the words of the song delve into his emotions surrounding his abusive father, and also the sexual abuse of female friend of his.
More of his lyrics touch on intransigent street violence, domestic violence, and the time did in the jail in LA.
With an very fast delivery of lines, he uses an almost disconnected way of delivering his songs. He generally uses a style of hard and heavy syncopation. Rhymes tend to change quite a few times in one line are shown on his lyrical meter.
Sting and Richard Pryor are said to have influenced him but there seems to be very little evidence of that in his music.
He is an uncharacteristic rapper unlike those who only claim to be pimps he in reality does pimp. His music is actually comes in second place to his management of his street prostitutes.
“Street Gospel”, his first album, was produced by DJ Quick in the late 90s. It failed to reach expectations commercially. Many underground rappers supported Suga Free and praised his work.

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