K. Sparks - Dictionary

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: K. Sparks
Producer:
Glish Productions
Album:
Manic Monday Series (#1) /Glish Prod. Compilation

Inspired by Crooked I’s “Hip Hop Weekly” and Mickey Factz‘s “The Leak,” DJBooth favorite K. Sparks has begun “Manic Mondays.” Rest assured that these “Manic Mondays” have nothing to do with the popular ‘80s all-female band The Bangles;  in an effort to provide the hip-hop listening public with brand new tunes, every Monday for the next 52 weeks the self-proclaimed “future problem” will unleash an online exclusive.  The series, which kicked off yesterday (we know- but it was a holiday yo), debuted with the conceptually creative Dictionary.  Listen carefully to this Glish Productions-produced record, because the Jamaica, New York native starts every bar with a brand new letter from A through Z. 

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