K. Sparks ft Jeff Chery - Microphone Fiend

Posted about 7 years ago
Tags: K. Sparks
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Kurser
Album:
Super Seniors

As you may have noticed, K. Sparks hasn’t let the conclusion of Manic Mondays stop him from bringing us new music on the regular. While it’s no surprise that the Queens-based Microphone Fiend is back to kick off the week with another selection off his forthcoming, Booth-cosponsored mixtape, what fans may not have been expecting is that official leak #3 would find him rejoining forces with fellow reader favorite Jeff “Pay$0z” Chery, his collaborator on acclaimed cuts Turn My Lights On, No Competition, and For the Taken.  Over a jazz-bass/Chipmunk-sample beat by Kurser,  the MCs demonstrate exactly why they’re set to graduate from the underground summa cum laude. As usual, Pay’s blasé delivery and Sparks’ intense flows go together like peanut butter and chocolate, and there’s no reason that delicious combo shouldn’t earn them another round of A-pluses from our readers. Stay tuned for more leaks off Super Seniors, as well as all the latest on Pay’s Booth-sponsored Going Against the Grain LP, tentatively set to drop before ‘09’s end.

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