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Nathaniel Elder, better known by his stage name Supa Nate, is one of the rappers in the hip-hop group Konkrete. He grew up in Atlanta, where he attended Banneker High School. He made his debut in 1998 on "Nathaniel" on OutKast's Aquemini, in which he delivered an original rap, sans back beat, from a jail telephone. The lyrics reference his wish to get out of jail so he can "grab a mic and bust a flow." After his release, Nate joined with rappers C-Bone And Lil' Brotha to form Konkrete.
Featured on (solo)
- Dungeon Family's Even in Darkness, Curtains (Of 2nd Generation) (Known As Nathaniel Then)
- Purple Ribbon Records' Got that Purp?, Beef
- Purple Ribbon Records' Got that Purp?, Whatcha Wanna Do
- Purple Ribbon Records' Got that Purp?, D-Boi Stance Feat Big Boi
- Purple Ribbon Records' Got that Purp?, Hard In The Paint
- Big Boi's Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, Tomb Of The Boom
- Purple Ribbon Records' Got Purp? Vol 2, Shit Ya Drawers
- Purple Ribbon Records' Got Purp? Vol 2, Lovin' This
- Complex Mag (13 April 2010). "Through The Wire: A History Of Rap Songs Recorded Over The Phone From Jail". Complex. Complex Media. Retrieved 21 February 2014.
- Carmichael, Rodney (24 June 2010). "The Making of OutKast's Aquemini". Creative Loafing Atlanta. Retrieved 21 February 2014.
- "MP3 Downloads " "Cynt The Shrimp"". Retrieved 2 December 2010.