The date has finally arrived and to celebrate the October 27th release of Splitting Image, Kam Moye has leaked a self-selected album sampler, just in case there are still any undecided folks out there. The sampler is a 7-song sneak preview of Kam’s first CD under his given name, rather than his alter ego. Splitting Image represents more than just a name change for Kam. The album isn’t a departure so much as an evolution towards a more mature, focused persona, and the sampler contains several songs that hint at this transition.
The sampler features production from Jake One, Vitamin D, M-phazes, Veterano, Khrysis, and S1 with guest appearances by Phonte, One Be Lo, Zumbi (Zion I), and many more.
Album Sampler Track List:
1. Splitting Image ft. Neenah
4. Hello Karma ft. Phonte and Ayah
5. Let’s Be Honest
6. Give Out, Give In
7. Life Line ft. One Be Lo
MYX TV DIG Appearance:
“RE:Born” (Prod. by Vitamin D):
“Let’s Be Honest” (Prod. by Veterano):
Kam Moye, Marco Polo & !llmind caught in the act of studio crashing:
“Blue Skies” (Produced by Apollo Brown)
“Step By Step” (Produced by D.R.)
Bio, pictures, and streams available here:
Watch out for the “Let’s Be Honest” music video scheduled for release next week.
Purchase “Splitting Image” @ Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=334144990&s=143441
Kam Moye recorded two critically acclaimed albums and three EPs under the name of Supastition for labels Soulspazm Records and KRS One, Little Brother, Royce the 5’9, Stoupe (Jedi Mind Tricks), , Elzhi, Bahamadia, Cunninlynguists, Akrobatik, and many others. In 2008, he chose to officially begin releasing music under his given name of Kam Moye instead of his rap alias. Kam released a free EP, Self-Centered, in June 2008, which received over 4000 downloads in less than 24 hours. His outspoken music video, “Black Enough?”, garnered serious attention shortly after its release. His first full-length under the name Kam Moye, Splitting Image, is out now via MYX Music Label.. As Supastition, Kam has appeared on songs alongside well-respected artists such as