From Campus Heros to Superheroes; Primary Element Delivers Superheroes and Zombies


It’s been less than a year since Primary Element (PE) released a complete album, but that didn’t hinder anticipation for their new release of Superheroes and Zombie by any means.  In a short nine months PE has been busy releasing a series of music, event and promotional videos along with creating an original track list that would take their listeners by storm.

I’ve had the new album on repeat for a day or two now and I must say I can hear progression and maturation in PE’s sound.  Nine months ago I described the talented trio as young, fresh campus kickers. With the release Superheroes and Zombies the group has been able to maintain that identity while introducing a more developed sound.

When I asked PE’s beat mistro and SHxZ producer, Stanley Spottswood, how the new album differed from previous albums he said, ” Definitely the word choice.”

Spottswood also stated,  “I think each time we’ve released an album we’ve always pushed the envelope a little bit more.”

What I always find to be the most alluring element about  following PE is that everything that goes into their albums is 100 percent original. From beats to hooks to visuals, everything you hear is created in house.

“Stan the man solely produced the album and people better start realizing that his future as a producer will be bright.” said PE hook maker, Stephen Spottswood.

“I wanna give Stan some shades, because his future seems so bright in production.” added Stephen.

SHxZ is a vivid display of range for PE’s musical and lyrical stylings. From slow jams to up tempo beats, the album shows you exactly what this hip-hop group is all about and shows you that the sky is the limit for these talented, young superheroes.

Be sure to download Superheroes and Zombies for FREE TODAY at and follow @PrimaryElement on Twitter for the latest videos, updates and all things Primary.

If you don’t want to listen to me, here’s PE’s very own Mike Wallz with a message for you…

Photo Source: Stanley Spottswood