Rapper and Front-man Supreem brings something new to the Line Dance
community with his band: Supreem and The New Experience
On July 29, 2014, Supreem and The New Experience will release a new Line Dance
song entitled: “Queen Of The Wobble”
Supreem was at a party 3 years ago and heard the original "Wobble" by Super Star
VIC and people started forming a line to do the Wobble dance. Supreem ask the DJ
what was going on? The DJ showed him the instructional video from which he was
playing the song. In the video they showed you how to do the Wobble dance while
the song played in the background.
Supreem never learned the Wobble dance but loved how the song had an effect on
people. So he started fantasizing about meeting and dancing with the hottest lady
that could do the Wobble. But in his fantasy they were dancing to a song with a Go-
Go feel! And then a hook came to him, "You’re the Queen of the Wobble and I like
your Shake!" And the rest of the story and lyrics came afterwards!
To complete the vision of this song, Supreem enlisted the services of Chuck Treece,
whom he wanted to do a song with ever since David Ivory got him to play drums on
the band's last project. He told Chuck he was a big Chuck Brown fan and he
developed the groove and vibe that Supreem was looking for. They went to Ivory
Productions to record the song and enlisted the production services of David Ivory
to add some key touches. Chuck Treece enlisted vocalist Olivia Falcione to sing the
hooks with Supreem. Then Supreem enlisted the talents of his long time DJ, Xzotic
D., to add the cuts, and live horns to accent the feel of the song.
The new video for "Queen Of The Wobble" embodies the exact story and visuals that
played in his mind over and over again.
Supreem and the New Experience’s “Queen Of the Wobble" is being released on the
SNE Records label and will be available at supreemandthenewexperience.com and
all major distribution outlets including iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby. Supreem and
The New Experience is currently finalizing tour dates for late summer and fall
2014. For more information about this project and/or to interview Supreem,
contact Richard A. Waller III of Fanwave Media at firstname.lastname@example.org or