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Nathaniel Elder, [1] 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. [2] 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.

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Cynt The Shrimp split from Konkrete's Nathaniel "Supa Nate" Elder in December 2006. Cynthia, Cynt The Shrimp, was featured on Big Boi's Got Purp? Vol. 2 , "Purple Ribbon (Interlude)". [3]

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