K. Sparks ft. Marzburg, Angelous & Nova - Spittaz II

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: K. Sparks
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T-Mos
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Manic Mondays (#16)

Obviously inspired by the success of Manic Mondays, K. Sparks has decided to use installment 16 to start up a brand new series.  You may remember episode nine’s Spittaz; well, every four weeks another new installment in the series of the same name will be released, each featuring Sparks and three other MCs spitting as hard as they can.  Spittaz II is a sneak preview of what’s to come, featuring Double Up Ent. labelmates Marzburg, Angelous (the one who sounds eerily like Jay-Z), and Nova, who all come forward with their natural lyrical abilities (which can be a challenge for some to keep up with).  If you like what you hear, check back next week for the Kurser-produced G.A.M.E., as well as next month for Spittaz III.

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