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Kam Moye a.k.a. Supastition Signs Album Deal With MYX
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Friday, 10 April 2009
Kam Moye a.k.a. Supastition Signs Album Deal With MYXBay Area based MYX Music Label signed Kam Moye a.k.a. Supastition to its roster of stellar artists for his newest project entitled Splitting Image, to be released autumn '09. This collaborative venture is an exciting move for Kam Moye, as he has adopted a new artistic direction, which is being fully supported and encouraged by MYX Music Label.

MYX Music Label founder Karim Panni says Kam Moye's growth in his music and message are the first things that stand out. He states, "Kam is making next level music, and in my opinion, is easily making the best music of his career". With MYX Music Label's backing and Big Dho's (Hall of Justus) management, Kam Moye plans to showcase his evolution as an emcee with Splitting Image.

The album represents the transformation from Supastition’s braggadocio personality into Kam Moye, a more conceptual artist. Although still using his alias Supastition for select collaborations and projects, Kam Moye plans to shift his creativity towards the personal and substantive side of the spectrum.

Kam Moye, as Supastition, has a discography to be proud of. He has not only experienced success and critical acclaim with his previous two albums and three EPs, but has also been featured on projects with KRS One, Little Brother, Royce the 5'9, Stoupe (Jedi Mind Tricks), Rhymefest, Elzhi (Slum Village), Bahamadia, Cunninlynguists, Akrobatik and many others.

In 2008, when he began using his birth name, he released his free EP, Self-Centered, which received over 4,000 downloads in less than 24 hours. Additionally, his outspoken music video, "Black Enough?", garnered serious attention and views on sites such as Okayplayer, Nahright, Onsmash, and WorldStarHipHop. As Kam Moye embarks on this new path with MYX Music label, fans should expect the same standard of authenticity, but with a higher level of artistry.


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