Release Date: Oct 27, 2009
Record label: MYX
Formerly known as Supastition and as a battle MC and knight of the underground, the artist now known as Kam Moye focuses his energy in a positive direction. A lot of this album deals with making mistakes and earning forgiveness or second chances afterward. On songs like “Stars”. Moye will be very easy to relate to for some listeners.
A name change and a different sound? This is one rapper who has his work (and his promotion) cut out for him. But Kam Moye decided recently to drop his Supastition moniker and adopt his government name. It was part of his move to break free of the “bitter MC” confines that so many underground artists struggle with. The North Carolina native wanted to rap about topics outside his impeccable skills and the evils of the industry.To drive that point home, he tells Splitting Image listeners on album opener “RE:Born” that “this is the most important song of [his] life.” While his self-professed prophecy is believable, it doesn’t hold steady throughout this sprawling record.