The NewPrint is a media and management company founded by Graig 'Sav' Stanton. The company represents Eternia, Hasan Salaam, Supastition and DJ Sav One.
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Don’t throw any of yourself away. Don’t worry about a grand scheme or unified vision for your work. Don’t worry about unity - what unifies your work is the fact that you made it! One day, you’ll look back, and it’ll all make sense…
On this day (November 23rd) in 2010, Eternia was featured in the Queens Section of the New York Daily News. I had set up the interview with Irving DeJohn a week or so before, real excited to get the look from such a big publication, but at the same time, overwhelmed because Eternia and I were leaving for our European Tour on Thanksgiving Day. I will re-up an original scan when I get to my computer, but if you’re interested, you can check out the link HERE, which has the online version and episode 1 of our ‘Queens Chronicles' videos.
I remember when we picked up the feature in The Source and other magazines, thinking all that was pretty dope, but the Daily News was something my parents and grandparents even got caught reading ha! Of course, there’s no “my mama smiles every time my face is up in the Daily News' to make it sound as cool. #Nostalgia
Marco Polo ft. Supastition & Shylow ‘Underdogs' | 2013 - Here’s the latest feature from Supastition with production by the good homie, Marco Polo and also featuring Shylow. The track is featured on Marco Polo's new album, 'PA2: The Director’s Cut' via Soulspazm. It has great guest appearances by Organized Konfusion, Rah Digga, Ill Bill, Slaine, Large Professor, O.C., Inspectah Deck, The Last Emperor, MC Eiht, Invincible, Alchemist, M.O.P., Styles P, Talib Kweli, Masta Ace, and more. You can cop the album HERE.
This needs a good cleaning, but it is part of a bigger vinyl frame that was presented to me by Eternia in commemoration of the release of the Eternia & MoSS ‘At Last' 2LP in August of 2010 via Fat Beats Records. Even with the support of MTV, BET, Fuse, The Source, Smooth Magazine, Urbanology, Sirius, Hot 97, and countless other media outlets, there are still too many people who aren’t caught up on this album - it’s never too late though! Click HERE.
Chairman’s Choice: 100% Hip-Hop. No Preservatives. No Additives: Supastition. “On ‘That Ain’t Me' off the punch line pro's sophomore album, 'Chain Letters' (Soul Spazm), Supa takes a few whacks at the dominant image of down South artists as just so many tat-flaunting, ice-grill-grinning crunkateers: “Unless I’m at a party pushing’ up on a drunk freak / Aside from that Supa don’t be fuckin’ with crunk beats / That ain’t my cup of tea and I ain’t knocking’ it publicly / I’m here to redefine what you consider a Southern MC.”
"The weight he carries might easily be viewed as a supa-sized chip on his shoulder (dude spits attitude like the love child of MC Ren and Antoinette). But thankfully the individual links on his Chain exhibit plenty o’ strength, be he relating relationship woes (‘Split Decisions’), answering doubters (‘Hate My Face’), or “switching sides like Ben Chavis" and challenging both his mainstream and underground rap colleagues to step up (‘Don’t Stop’).” - Words by Chairman Mao - XXL Issue #76 (December 2005) - Listen to ‘Chain Letters' here.