About Author

Curt Williams
Curt Williams

Curt Williams is the creator of Supreme CX Magazine. He is a former Senior Music Editor for SooDetroit Magazine. He hails from Detroit, MI.

Reviews

Why Erik Killmonger is Marvel’s Best Villain to Date

Marvel’s Black Panther–the 18th film in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, is possibly its most daring and inspiring film yet. Marvel rolled

Essays

Lena Waithe: The New Classic

At this point, it feels that there is nothing Lena Waithe can’t do. I think that’s a clear and decisive

Essays

Why The Joe Budden Podcast Deserved Top Honors

Last night at the inaugural BET Social Awards, The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory and Mal (formally I’ll Name This

Interviews

A Conversation Supreme: Rofhiwa Talks Self Love, Favorite Music, and More

*Interview has been edited for clarity and length.  Self-proclaimed Body Activist, Bongi Rofhiwa Sithebele has been leading the crusade in

Essays

The Curious Case of Joe Budden: How Hip-Hop’s Unlikely Hero Became Its Biggest Voice

Joe Budden is unemployed. Fired on his day off actually.  Yesterday, Joe Budden made headlines and sent shock waves through

Interviews

Maxwell Campbell Talks Photography, Algee Smith, and Building an Empire

Maxwell “7scopemax” Campbell is everywhere. Just a few weeks removed from attending  the 2017 BET Awards, an award show that

Reviews

JAY-Z’s ‘4:44’ Proves Hip-Hop’s Superman Can Be Immortal and Human at the Same Time

Yes, 4:44 is a retort to his wife’s most critically acclaimed Lemonade (sort of)– the album that lifted the veil

Sports

Why Hating Roman Reigns is the Best Thing for WWE

The Raw after WrestleMania proved to be one of the craziest nights ever after the Showcase of the Immortals. Monday

Reviews

Five Takeaways from Drake’s ‘More Life’

On March 18, Drake once again asserted his dominance over the music world with the released of his More Life

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Interviews

Interview: Maria French Talks The House of San Sau

Supreme Culture recently reached out to up-and-coming entrepreneur Maria French, who’s The House of San Sau skin and hair care