Meet BTS’s Producer, Supreme Boi!
Who is Supreme Boi? He’s a famous rapper and producer, and is one of the richest people in Korea. Supreme Boi also a producer for the popular Korean boy group, BTS, and has known all members since he became a trainee at their agency, Big Hit Entertainment. Then, how is Supreme Boi’s life now? And why didn’t he become a BTS member?
If you’re curious, Byeol Korea will tell you all about Supreme Boi. Check it out!
Supreme Boi’s Full Profile
- Real Name: Shin Dong-hyuk
- Stage Name: Supreme Boi
- Born: April 15, 1994
- Height: 178 cm
- Weight: 66 kg
- Twitter: @supremeboi94
- Facebook: Dong Hyuck Shin
- Instagram: donghyuck
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Profession: Rapper, Producer
- Nationality: Korean
Facts About Supreme Boi
- He and Jung Hun-chul were trainees in Big Hit Entertainement
- Supreme Boi hasn’t shared about his parents’ names
- He’s one of richest rappers who was born in South Korea
- He’s a famous celebrity with the age 25 years old
- Supreme Boi also has a spot on the list of “Most Popular Rappers”.
- Beside being one of the most popular rappers, he has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on April 15, 1994.
- Supreme Boi is an underground rapper and producer who became a member of the Korean hip hop crew, Daenamhyup.
- He has a net worth between $1 Million and $5 Million, and he earned earned it all as a rapper.
Almost Debuted as BTS Member
As all we know, BTS currently consists of seven members, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and the maknae, Jungkook. But, before the current line-up, it turns out that there was originally a different line-up for the group, and Supreme Boi was part of that original membership.
RM, who used to be called Rap Monster, was already part of Big Hit Entertainment in 2010, as a rapper. He also had a duo hip-hop group that was going to debut as BTS. Suddenly, Big Hit changed their mind about debuting the duo and instead re-opened the audition to add more members to the group. Then, in the middle of 2010, i11ven, Jung Ho-seok (J-hope), Min Yoongi (Suga) and Supreme Boi were added to the BTS line-up.
At first, J-Hope only passed the audition as a dancer, but then Big Hit decided that he would be a rapper, because the plan was that BTS would be debuted as a hip-hop group consisting of rappers. After J-hope, Supreme Boi, i11ven, Iron, and Rap Monster (RM) passed the audition and became part of the BTS line-up. Then, in 2011, BTS lost two members again, Supreme Boi and Iron. Supreme Boi left the group because he didn’t feel he was a good fit for becoming a member of an idol group.
Becoming BTS’s Producer
As already mentioned, Supreme Boi had been a Big Hit Entertainment trainee and had wanted to debut with BTS. But, in the middle of his journey, he chose to leave the group before it debuted, and without giving a clear explanation other than he felt unsuitable to be part of an idol group. Even after opting out of being a BTS member, he remained part of Big Hit and still part of BTS. Instead of being one of the agency’s artists, he was made a producer for the group that he almost debuted in. His new role was made clear when he appeared in photos of BTS’s production team. Apart from the photos, Supreme Boi has also created many songs on every album they’ve released. He produced BTS’s first album, “Intro: 2 Cool 4 Skool”.
Collaboration with BTS in Cypher 3
Cypher is our way to do ‘freestyle’, and the rapper line shows their freestyle in the lyrics of Cypher songs. BTS has a series of Cypher in every album. After releasing Cypher parts 1 and 2, BTS got their producer, Supreme Boi, to participate in the songs sung by BTS’s rap-line for Cypher Pt.3: KILLER.
Cypher Pt.3: KILLER is one of the songs from BTS’s album “Dark & Wild”. In this album, Supreme Boi did a collaboration with the group’s rap line and as well as writing the lyrics with the rap-line, RM (Rap Monster), Suga, and J-hope, and producing it.
He sang in the reff part, and the fragment of the lyrics that he sang he represented from Namjoon, Suga, and J-hope parts that “Don’t you ever care about what haters say about them, because if it’s affected the haters will be happy so it’s better to keep move forward and work with proud achievements in order to slap haters“.
This song is great for the members, and also for people who always feel like their being underestimated. Look at the video below!