K. Sparks - Autumn Blues

Posted 3 years ago
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Kurser
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I know what you’re thinking: how the f**k could K. Sparks have the Autumn Blues in the middle of April? Maybe he recorded the song last fall. Perhaps, like God, quality hip-hop transcends space and time. Whatever the explanation, the latest single off Sparks’ forthcoming street album is far too dope to sweat the details. Here, frequent collaborator Kurser‘s jazzy loops set the stage for the Queens representative’s characteristically witty reflections on life, death, rap and the hereafter. Featuring this cut, the reader-acclaimed title track and many more bangers, Home School is set to hit our front page in August for free streaming and digital download. In the meantime, of course, you can keep your browsers locked for all the latest song releases off the project.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view K. Sparks’ MSMD Perceptions-directed Autumn Blues visual.

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