ARTIST: SUPA NOVA SLOM

"G's Up Salute" f. The Game & Jadakiss- (Main)
"G's Up Salute" f. The Game & Jadakiss- (Clean)
"G's Up Salute" f. The Game & Jadakiss- (Instrumental)
"G's Up Salute" f. The Game & Jadakiss- (Acapella)
Supa Nova Slom Biography

Supa Nova Slom is no stranger to conflict.

Born in the heart of Brooklyn, Supa Nova spent a part of his youth on the streets of New York. He was barely a teenager when he started running with gangs and within a few years, it was clear that he would have to find his own way out.

He took a sojourn to the South and when he came back to Brooklyn, he had a life-changing realization. Before long, he started taking his ideas for social healing back to the streets he had grown up on.

In 2003, Supa Nova released a DVD/CD combo, Wholistic Wellness for A Hip Hop Generation . To date, it has sold over 100,000 copies and continues to fly off the shelves. BET.com has noted it as "a documentary that is going to teach self-improvement to the hip hop generation."

Today—with his very own RA RA NTRtainment Record Co —Supa Nova is bringing his skills as an MC front and center. His debut release Unify the Hood, Heal the Hood is more than just a platform: it is a musical milestone in the making.

The first single, " G's Up Salute," features The Game and Jadakiss and the rest of the album brings together an even larger cast of hip hop's elite, including Ice-T, Dead Prez, Erykah Badu, and others.

Unify the Hood, Heal the Hood is set to be a classic in the tradition of Jay-Z, BIG, Tupac, NWA, & Nas. Supa Nova has both music and a movement to bring--a breath of fresh air--authentic & powerful.

Supa Nova Slom is an artist with the talent to merge education & entertainment. He's the new energy you have all been waiting for.

"You know what time it is, " Unify the Hood, Heal the Hood" is how it's going down…Real talk...I Love It." – JADAKISS

"I'm ridin' or dyin' with my homie, Supa Nova..."Unify the Hood, Heal the Hood "— that's what you should be doing!" – ICE-T

"We are in a time when rappers and hip hop artists are being targeted for their lyrical content, but the core issue lies within our communities. There is always a cause and effect; so, if we want to encourage rappers to change their lyrical content, we must, first, as a collective, be accountable for our influence and encourage social change on the home front—within our hoods and our communities. We must elevate the consciousness of the people, overall, further inspiring constructive change in the future direction of hip hop. Unify the Hood, Heal the Hood". –Supa Nova Slom


Supa Nova Slom
Things You Need To Know!

Supa Nova Slom’s debut single “G’s Up Salute” from his forthcoming release.

Unify The Hood, Heal The Hood is getting airplay at kbxx - houston, tx ;wemx - baton rouge, la;khte - little rock, ak; knda - corpus christi, tx; weup - huntsville, al; wred - portland, me; wjmi - jackson, ms; wjwz - montgomery, al

Supa Nova Slom hosts a monthly youth event that attracts gang members that want to get out of the gangs, last month’s event included guest speakers Afrika Bambaataa, T. Rodgers and Ben Chavis-all of which were impressed with the action and responsibility that Supa Nova Slom is taking within his own community.

Current press includes: Amsterdam News, Village Voice, Courier News, Amp, Insomniac, Black Star News and SOHH.com, Caught Magazine

Website Action and Blogs include: Dub Cnn, Black Planet, Who’s Next Online, BigCed, Official Heat and more…just google Supa Nova Slom

Past Success: In 2003, Supa Nova released a DVD/CD combo, Holistic Wellness for The Hip Hop Generation. To date, it has sold over 100,000 copies and continues to fly off the shelves. BET.com has noted it as “a documentary that is going to teach self-improvement to the hip hop generation

The Future: "We are in a time when rappers and hip hop artists are being targeted for their lyrical content, but the core issue lies within our communities. There is always a cause and effect; so, if we want to encourage rappers to change their lyrical content, we must, first, as a collective, be accountable for our influence and encourage social change on the home front—within our hoods and our communities. We must elevate the consciousness of the people, overall, further inspiring constructive change in the future direction of hip hop. Unify the Hood, Heal the Hood". –Supa Nova Slom