The Supreme Angels is an American traditional black gospel music group from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, The Supreme Angels were formed in 1953 by several young ministers. In 1956 Reverend Howard "Slim" Hunt of Walnut Grove, Mississippi, joined the group as the guitarist. Having been called to further their ministry, the ministers left the group to pastor various churches. Rev. Hunt decided to continue on as the now the lead singer of the group, changing the name of the group in later years to Slim & The Supreme Angels. As personnel changes continued throughout the years, Robert "Sugar" Hightower, of DeLand, Florida formerly of The Hightower Brothers and Mighty Clouds of Joy became the group guitarist and vocalist. The remaining group members of The Supreme Angels were Quincy King on vocals, Larry Young on vocals and keys, Michael Kimpson performing on vocals and bass, and Maurice Robinson on drums and vocals. They released seventeen albums over the span of 51 years, and the imprints they utilized were the following: Melendo Records, Nashboro Records, Black Label Records, Intersound Records, MCG Records, Gospel Jubilee, Malaco Records, and Grammercy Records. The group got three albums to place on the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums chart, and those were 1989's Death and the Beautiful Lady, 1995's Stay under the Blood, and 1996's Nobody but You.
Stay Under the Blood 
|People Get Ready|
w/ Hunt, Howard Slim & Supreme Angels, Melvin Williams, Doug Williams
Together as One [Intersound] 
|Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)|
w/ The Mighty Clouds of Joy, The Williams Brothers, Dottie Peoples, Dottie Peoples Choice Chorale, The Tribute Choir, Dottie Peoples & The Peoples Choice Chorale