“Whatever that ‘it’ is people talk about when it comes to talent…Supa got ‘it’.. the world better get ready!!!”
— Khrysis (Jamla/The Away Team)
Hailing from Charlotte, NC (by way of Greenville), Supastition quickly began to solidify his name following the release of his debut album, 7 Years of Bad Luck, on Freshchest Records in 2002. Supastition received his first share of national recognition in 2004 when ?uestlove of The Roots and Okayplayer Records selected his collaboration, The Williams, with Foreign Exchange producer, Nicolay, to appear on the True Notes Vol. 1 compilation. Supastition’s track appeared alongside songs by the likes of The Roots, Jean Grae, Dilated Peoples, RJD2, and Madlib. Later that year, Supastition joined forces with Philadelphia-based Soulspazm Records to release his critically acclaimed, The Deadline EP and Chain Letters which opened the floodgates to national attention with praiseworthy ratings in XXL’s Chairman’s Choice, The Source’s Independent’s Day, XLR8R, Scratch Magazine, and numerous other publications. The legendary Rawkus Records re-released Chain Letters in 2006 after joining forces with Soulspazm Records. The power of The Deadline and Chain Letters utilizing international producers allowed Supastition to headline tours in 3 continents (US, Europe, Australia) and 12 countries within a 3-year span. After parting ways with Soulspazm Records, Supastition went on to independently release Leave of Absence EP, Self-Centered EP, and the full length Splitting Image under his government name of Kam Moye. After a 3 year hiatus from the music business, Supastition returned in late 2012 with the critically acclaimed “The Blackboard EP” and has a forthcoming album produced by Stoupe (formerly of Jedi Mind Tricks) in the works.
As one of the most consistent indie artists, Supa has graced songs with respected artists like KRS One, Little Brother, Royce da 5’9”, Elzhi (Slum Village), Stoupe (formerly of Jedi Mind Tricks), One Be Lo, Zion I, Bahamadia, Marco Polo, J-Live, Torae, Skyzoo, Tanya Morgan, and Cunninlynguists just to name a few. Following an impressive freestyle on the World Famous Wake Up Show, King Tech gave Supastition the stamp of approval to appear on the star studded ‘Wake Up Show Anthem 2010’ featuring The RZA, Ras Kass, Crooked I, Tech N9ne, B-Real of Cypress Hill, Tajai of Souls of Mischief, and DJ Revolution. He has worked with well-known indie producers such as 9 Jake One, !llmind, Symbolyc One, M-phazes, and Nicolay.