Jim Jones protégé Nyemiah Supreme has had a big week, dropping her new mixtape, 'Bad,' and a new video for her song 'Real Talk 101,' as she prepares to open up for Kendrick Lamar and Stalley later tonight (Nov. 11), at NYC's Irving Plaza.

The 22-year-old Southside Jamaica, Queens rapper got her start as a backup dancer for Lil Mama and Chris Brown, randomly meeting Jim Jones while working as Juelz Santana's assistant. Shortly after her introduction to the Dipset Capo, Nyemiah made her rap debut on his track 'Everybody Jones,' and continued to build a buzz with her first mixtape, 'Limited Edition,' which she dropped back in February.

The former model-dancer has now returned with her 14-track 'Bad' mixtape, featuring a combination of original production and classic instrumentals, and a visual for her song 'Real Talk 101,' which you can check out below.

Download Nyemiah Supreme's 'Bad' mixtape here.

Watch Nyemiah Supreme's 'Real Talk 101'



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