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Rico Ft. Young Dro – Stupid Problems (Remix)(Promo CDS) [Download]

September 29th, 2009 No comments

In this download:

• Rico – Stupid Problems (Clean)
• Rico – Stupid Problems (Dirty)
• Rico – Stupid Problems (Instrumental)
• Rico – Stupid Problems (Clean Acapella)
• Rico – Stupid Problems (Dirty Acapella)
• Rico Ft. Young Dro – Stupid Problems (Remix) (Clean)
• Rico Ft. Young Dro – Stupid Problems (Remix) (Dirty)
• Rico Ft. Young Dro – Stupid Problems (Remix) (Instrumental)
• Rico Ft. Young Dro – Stupid Problems (Remix) (Clean Acapella)
• Rico Ft. Young Dro – Stupid Problems (Remix) (Dirty Acapella)

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MP3: Kam Moye – “Let’s Be Honest” (Prod. by Veterano)

September 29th, 2009 No comments
Kam Moye - Lets be Honest

Kam Moye - Lets be Honest

The Song:

Kam Moye, a different breed of emcee, is gearing up to release his newest album, Splitting Image. Being the first album released after his name change from Supastition to his actual birth name, Kam shows that he has developed lyrically and isn’t afraid to touch on mature subject matter. The album is due October 27th on MYX Music Label. The lead single off the album is “Lets Be Honest” with production being handled by Veterano. The song is about having a humble attitude towards life, something rarely spoken about in today’s industry. Talking about the inspiration behind the song’s concept, Kam says, “The song was inspired by a quote that I read once which said ‘happiness isn’t having what you want, it’s wanting what you have.’ That’s my perspective in life on everything from family to my career. It’s not settling, but sometimes you gotta just accept that maybe it wasn’t meant for you to have what everyone else has… It’s cool to dream but not to the point where you don’t take notice of how good you have it already to just be alive.”

Kam relays the song’s message from the get-go, saying, “If you don’t appreciate what you have right now, you’ll never appreciate what’s coming to you in the future.” The song is conceptual in the way that each verse tackles different issues relating to materialism and superficial tendencies. Kam goes in on materialism for the first verse before touching on women and relationships in verse two and stardom in the third and final verse, rapping, “I don’t need people in the streets to know me / Man, I kind of like keeping it discreet and low-key.” With Veterano providing a soulful backdrop for Kam’s true-to-life delivery, this track is poised to turn some heads as the lead single off his new album. Be sure to get a taste of Kam Moye’s new sound, and look out for Splitting Image via MYX Music Label October 27, 2009.

Check out another track from Kam Moye’s upcoming album- “3 Ladies”

Also, Kam Moye and longtime producer DJ D.R. have been selected by Complex Magazine and Grey Goose Vodka as the North Carolina representative for their Rising Icons campaign. This is a huge opportunity and we truly need everyone’s support to bring this home. The winner gets a live performance on BET’s Rising Icons special. Complex Magazine and Grey Goose will be organizing a showcase for Kam Moye and D.R. in Charlotte next month providing the attendees with FREE Grey Goose vodka and much more.

All you have to do to support is signup for the site and vote for Kam Moye and D.R. on the microsite. Please forward to anyone who supports good music or ReTweet the info on Twitter. Any support will be much appreciated. You may vote at To vote, just go to the page and click on “VOTE FOR KAM MOYE” and “VOTE FOR D.R.”. It will ask you to enter your email address and additional info.

The Background:

Kam Moye recorded two critically acclaimed albums and three EPs under the name of Supastition for labels Soulspazm Records and Rawkus Records. As Supastition, Kam has appeared on songs alongside well-respected artists such as KRS One, Little Brother, Royce the 5’9, Stoupe (Jedi Mind Tricks), Rhymefest, 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 due out October 27 via MYX Music Label.

Please contact Michelle or Dan if interested in talking with Kam Moye

MYX Music:

MYX Music Label began in 2007 by industry veteran Karim
of the Boom
Bap Project
(Rhymesayers Entertainment). MYX Music
Label is under the umbrella of MYX
which is the only music and lifestyle channel dedicated to the Asian American
community. Distributed nationally, MYX TV showcases the hottest major label
and independent content as well as dynamic original programming that fuses
fashion, comedy, and culture. MYX Music Label integrates the newest technology
while developing innovative digital distribution and promotion strategies
to service their artists. The MYX Music Label was created for the sole purpose
of using the MYX TV visual network platform to promote the finest independent
hip-hop and urban music. MYX Music Label’s ambitious release schedule for
2009 includes groundbreaking works from production duo Keelay & Zaire,
Jern Eye, Fortilive (producer Illmind’s hip-hop
crew) and exclusive music from the best Asian MC’s, DJ’s and producers in
the compilation 20
C Energizers
Also, adding to their versatility as a label, MYX Music Label DVD releases
include The Nutshack, Built From Skratch, Str8 Laced and Slanted Comedy,
which features today’s top Asian American comedians. For more information
on MYX Music Label, please visit


“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.)

“3 Ladies”

Bio, pictures, and streams available here:




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