K. Sparks ft. Angelous - Rewind

Posted about 8 years ago
Tags: K. Sparks
Featuring:
Producer:
Kurser
Album:
Manic Monday Series (#6) / The Red Tape Mixtape

K. Sparks f*cks with DJBooth.net.  If you don’t believe us, just listen to the Jamaica, New York native’s newest Manic Monday feature.  Alongside fellow New York emcee Angelous, Sparks presses Rewind over a sample-filled production courtesy of French hip-hop producer Kurser, name-dropping the Booth along the way.  As so many artists continue to saturate the market with a poor excuse for hip-hop music, it seems Sparks knows what it takes to stand out from the pack; Rewind includes braggadocio, but it is delivered in an insightful and fresh manner.  While the record serves as Sparks’ sixth Manic Monday feature, it will also be included on his forthcoming Kurser-produced mixtape project, The Red Tape.

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