With just one look at the above artwork, you’d know all about the latest release from Analogic. But just incase you can’t see it (which is pretty much impossible but whatever), here goes the Supastition-assisted lead single off dude’s upcoming album, The Booth Shall Set You Free. Other features on the LP include Wordsworth, Kenn Starr, Hassaan Mackey, Silent Knight, East, MadKem, Jered Sanders and Justin Bates. Enjoy.
After hearing the Marco Polo produced “Yada Yada” I was super excited for the official return of one of NC’s nicest emcees. Well, the time has arrived as the artist formerly known as Kam Moye comes through with his 8-track EP. Stream/download after the jump.
The project serves as a “thank you” to the listeners who continued to support his music after his sudden departure from the music business in 2010. The Blackboard is about returning to the basics of emceeing and rediscovering that vintage sound that Supastition has been known for since his debut album in 2002.
Earlier today I was just expressing how The Williams (with Nicolay on the beat) is criminally slept on. Now, news breaks that Supa is gearing up for a new album? Super dope. And while no “real” details have been revealed, Supastition penned a letter to his fans explaining what’s up. Hit the jump for the full write up.
Phonte-assisted banger off Kam Moye’s upcoming album Splitting Image, dropping October 27th. And if you haven’t already, be sure to check Kam rip up (2)Dope Radio during the session with Rapper Big Pooh, Jozeemo & Chaundon.
Earlier this month I changed gears and decided to switch up the What’s in the Tapedeck. Instead of a collection of tracks we missed and/or didn’t deserve their own posts, I will be compiling a mix of songs that I’m currently listening to. Giving ya’ll an insight to my musical preferences, etc. The first go around was welcomed with open speakers. I’m sure it will be the same with volume 2. Music from the likes of Atmosphere, Brother Ali, Supastition, Little Brother, Juelz Santana, J. Cole, Black Star, Big Pun, Method Man & Redman, Royce Da 5’9″, Juvenile and more.
Brand new shit from the artist formerly known as Supastition. A track that will not be featured on his upcoming album, Splitting Image, due to it not being “conceptual” enough. Don’t sleep though, Kam stays spitting.
Supastition joins M.anifest & Krukid on a joint that won’t be featured on their upcoming full-length LP, uprising. Up next is the official video for Heaven Only Knows (featuring Brother Ali), so be on the look out! And check out their performance at the Twin Cities below.