ARCTIC II – DJ SUPREME FT. ICE T & ICEPICK
With the up and coming advanced and music film arrival of Arctic II highlighting Ice-T and The Icepick Supreme basically pairs down on his quest for aloofness to cut out a path for himself.
Doing another REMIX on the recuperates of the RIP remix was an unforeseen left turn for Soops, officially beginning work on different undertakings including Legacy 2.0. also, a few other joint effort singles, he had no plans for anything Arctic related.
“I think for me, doing another remix was not feasible at any rate, as we had done RIP Remix, so I considered it to be a continuation, a ‘section two’ and the generation resistant mirrors that!”
Be that as it may, when Ice-T calls to express his energy for the first track ft. The Icepick, it was an easy decision for Supreme to get the open door and get the L.A legend to bounce on a remix – other than what an opener it makes for his Supreme Legacy 2.0 EP anticipated that would drop mid-October.
It was not the primary open door the two could have teamed up, however conditions are distinctive now and both were anxious to get it going.
“Ice-T has constantly enjoyed my music and regularly influenced correlations of my generation with what Chuck D, Hank and Keith Shocklee done for Public Enemy”
Those acquainted with Supreme’s history, will realize that he was once marked to Ice-T’s Rhyme Syndicate Record name, a first for a UK rap act at the time. He has dependably stayed in contact with Ice-T and other Syndicate individuals since.
Amid a current excursion to New York early this year, the two met for supper and get designs under way for Arctic II.
Soops creation thought for the remix was to go greater, badder and harder on the first, so doing a live cover rendition of the first turned into the vision. Soops presented point by point acoustic drum programming and acquired shake guitarist Russell Jarvis (Mors) to include that live shake overbite.
“On the first Arctic I endeavored to counterfeit electric guitar riffs with some studio cunning. Be that as it may, the individuals who play guitar for genuine can hear what I did, ha!. I thought, in case I will do this tune again let’s do it live.”
The outcome is a transformation of the first soundtrack with an overwhelming rock edge and a major true to life feel with sonics to coordinate.
Back in L.A. Ice-T hit the studio and conveyed a verse that found each body included napping setting a stunning tone for the melody that promptly propelled an idea and wiped out story line for the video!
“When I heard Ice-T’s verse, I needed to summon him appropriate to let him known he crushed it! Individuals will be amazed when they hear his execution!! He completely nailed it.”
Numerous audience members may have overlooked there’s a prepared MC behind the performer and Body Count front man and are in for a treat. Ice-T hammers into this track in dangerous style, painting an extremely cool and striking picture of casualties on the less than desirable end of his melodious fury, with the film mirroring that in its symbolism and tones.
The services of the supremely talented Icepick, were called upon again to take the track home, which he does in spectacular fashion, raising the excitement levels on the song as it careers along at what feels like breakneck speed.
“So before anybody asks, yes there is scratching on this one… . upbeat! LOL”
We are then treated with a commonplace whirlwind of Supreme’s trademark cuts, freshly executed in the extension as the track nears its sensational close. Similarly as with the first Arctic, it was a near disaster for scratching, something Supreme feels is more imaginative permit nowadays which is not generally important to include. Be that as it may, subsequent to tuning in to the cuts, all including Ice-T, concurred the scratching expected to stay on the melody.
“The thought for the video was motivated by my better half Keyah. The idea made me amped up for this track significantly more. To such an extent, subsequent to fleshing out a storyline with my group to included real life successions, I intentionally organized the music like a motion picture score to fit the symbolism and show of the activity.”
Similarly as with everything that Supreme puts his hands to he tries to increase current standards while in the meantime keeping up elevated amounts of value. On the off chance that the venture hasn’t ticked all the privilege boxes it doesn’t see the light of day. One of those crates implied Soops and his group needed to fly out to New York City for an overwhelming three day shoot with Ice-T.
Approaching movie Director Michael J. Diamond, the man behind the first Arctic, this video is delightfully shot and altered in shocking style. The cinematography, areas and exhibitions are largely consummately pitched and mixed and feels like you are watching a plot filled motion picture with concealed intimations that show up with each survey! Similarly as with Arctic, Supreme and his group deliberately put a considerable measure of pieces of information in to give the story a more profound complex.
“you may very well perceive a couple of appearances from the film, or the proof board!”