boombap90s: big up Supa !!! i luv your music ! continue like this,stay real and make real hip hop ! bless
Respect to you for the kind words!
I painted this sign inspired by one of favorite songs called Forever Fresh by Kam Moye aka Supastition, and hand painted vintage signs at mom & pop record shops. #kammoye #supastition #signpainting #recordstore #zymeone #hiphop #handmade
“Hip Hop is self-expression from a generation of urban people who have been overlooked by the masses when it comes to language, art, fashion, music, and thinking. It’s about creating your own version that caters to your thinking and way of life.”
Click HERE for Supastition's latest interview with LyricallyFit.
The flier for the upcoming #film #screening of my new #documentary #DividedTime made its way to the Channel 11 News website back home in #Pittsburgh. Cc: @supastition_nc @warriormamm @mrslovelyann @moreilley
Got to meet one of my biggest musical inspirations at A3C 2014 (and who a lot of people say I remind them of)… Masta Ace. The highlight of the festival for me!
I recently had the honor of being featured in a documentary called "Divided Time" which was directed by WIll Feagins, Jr (who also directed the video for Nothing Like It). “Divided Time” explores how several hip-hop artists attempt to find a balance between the responsibilities of fatherhood and the demands of pursuing their dreams in the music industry.
Join us for the encore screening of Divided Time, on October 26, 2014 at 5pm at The Plaza Theatre in Atlanta. The film discusses the balance of being a recording artist and a dedicated father. The reviews have been great so far! Admission is only $5.
On Friday at A3C in Atlanta, GA!
It’s been a minute since I’ve posted any music updates. In all honesty, I’ve had a lot of real life things to deal with and music had to take a backseat for a second. I record music when I can and I don’t believe in forcing it if I’m not inspired. As of now, I’m currently back in the studio finishing up an EP with Audible Doctor of Brown Bag AllStars on production. I’m also about to start working on my next solo ALBUM. Got some heavy hitters on production lined up and some crazy concepts.
As far as the VESTIGE album with Stoupe (because I know someone will ask), the music and artwork are done. I’ve done my part in both areas so the rest is just a matter of how and when to release it. That’s really out of my hands. If there is more to update you on then I will when the time comes. In the meantime, I will continue recording other projects and focusing on solo projects.
Yesterday, I received the shocking news that a friend of mine, Praverb, had suddenly passed away. I was hoping that it was just a rumor or a hoax until I saw his wife post on Facebook about what happened. It took a minute to sink in and I’ve seen so many people speak highly of him in the last day. I have nothing but kind words to share about him. We would speak via phone and text regularly about everything from music, friendship, and family. Our sons are the same age and he was one of the first people to send congrats when my son, Kingston, was born. We’d exchange funny stories about our sons and how they’ve grown and what they’ve accomplished. This man would literally go out of his way to help me find whatever I needed. I’d just casually mention that I am looking for an engineer, producer, artwork, or whatever and he’d literally have a list of people for me in a day or so. I never asked for it but he always wanted to help in some way. In this business, there are a lot of takers so it’s rare to find a selfless person who wants to see others move forward. He was one of the few “good guys” in this industry. The last text message I received from Praverb on Sept 6 read:
"Be blessed, fam. You have inspired me more than you know"
He leaves behind a beautiful wife and son whom he loved dearly. My heart goes out to his family and those who are affected by his passing. There is a GoFundMe account set up in his honor to assist his family with funeral expenses. Please contribute if at all possible. The brother did so much to help others that he deserves the help to be sent home the right way. Condolences from the Moye family.
Rest in Power, Earl Patrick McNease aka Praverb.
Supastition performing live @ the Knocturnal weekly at Snug Harbor in Charlotte, NC on 7/21/14.
Photography by Kevin ‘Danger’ Womack.