Supreme (2016) Full Movie online

Supreme Full Movie online-2016
Director-Anil Ravipudi
Writing- Koratala Siva
Producer- Dil Raju
Cast-N. T. Rama Rao Jr
N. T. Rama Rao Jr.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu
Nithya Menon
Releasedate-Mar, 2016

Supreme Full Movie History-2016
The Supreme Price is a feature length documentary film that traces the evolution of the Pro-Democracy Movement in Nigeria and efforts to increase the participation of women in leadership roles. Following the annulment of her father's victory in Nigeria's Presidential Election and her mother's assassination by agents of the military dictatorship, Hafsat Abiola faces the challenge of transforming a corrupt culture of governance into a democracy capable of serving Nigeria's most marginalized population: women.

"Taking a long historical view of a troubled country struggling to emerge from a military dictatorship is Joanna Lipper’s documentary “The Supreme Price,” about Nigeria’s female-directed democracy movement. After a military coup in 1993, M. K.O Abiola, a pro-democracy leader who was considered the victor in aborted  presidential elections that year but never took office, was imprisoned in 1994. Four years later he died under suspicious circumstances. After his imprisonment, his fearless, eloquent wife, Kudirat, took over the movement’s leadership, but she was assassinated in 1996. The history is told through the eyes of their daughter Hafsat Abiola, a Harvard-educated crusader for human rights and democracy who now leads a movement to dismantle the country’s patriarchal structure.”  - The New York Times

Brands can point to skateboarding, the city they're from, personal experiences, and movie stars from the past to source inspiration for their collections. But at the core of nearly every movement, there's music. And few brands have taken inspiration from music history more than Supreme. 

The New York-based streetwear brand has been catching plenty of flack lately for the ugly legal situation with Leah McSweeney and MOB, but this week's announcement of the upcoming Wackies collab is a nice reminder that the brand is still leading the pack when it comes to fresh and unexpected ideas in streetwear.

Over the years, Supreme has created numerous proper tributes to music's paradigm shakers. Supreme has collaborated with rappers like Raekwon, RZA, and Three 6 Mafia, along with jazz and soul musicians Miles Davis, Otis Redding, and Isaac Hayes. The catalog of music collabs is deep and impressive, the designs are inspired and always informed by a knowledge and passion for the history.

We've dug all the way through the Internet, searching forums, lookbooks, and old magazines to compile this History of Supreme's Music Collaborations.

Remember when Dipset absolutely ruled New York City hip-hop? Fans of the Harlem collective still can't live down the greatness of the group's early to mid '00s tracks. While more contemporary than most Supreme collaborations, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones hold an equal standing in the hearts and patronage of streetwear aficionados. It doesn't get much more official than Jimmy and Juelz on a tee, even if they aren't dressed like your prototypical Hypebeast.

Before hip-hop became underground and political solely for the sake of liberal arts college students, Public Enemy scared the hell out of America. Supreme connected with Vans, New Era, and Starter for a collection that played off the rap group's B-boy in a scope logo. We've seen A$AP Rocky wear the collection's jacket, and while Harlem native's rhymes don't match the fury or educated wit of Chuck D's, Supreme has been able to bridge generations—connecting emcees through its flavor of fashion.