K. Sparks ft. Tina Quallo - One Wish [Exclusive]

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Moe Productions
Album:
Rhymes & Rhythm for Relief

In light of the unfathomable pain that has recently been afflicted upon those in Haiti, many are sympathetic, compelled to feel pity for the victims of the disaster. However, where sympathy fails to help us to fully understand the extent to which this event has devastated lives, empathy shines. Frequent collaborators K. Sparks and Tina Quallo are here to help us develop this empathy, enabling us to truly feel the disaster on their new song One Wish. Two stellar verses from Booth favorite K. Sparks and delicate but powerful vocals from Quallo will leave you dwelling on the song’s heartfelt lyrics long after the track ends. Skillfully enhanced by Moe Productions, One Wish was recorded exclusively for DJBooth’s Haiti aid album, Rhymes & Rhythm for Relief, available for download now. Proceeds from the album will go entirely to charities dedicated to helping the people of Haiti. K. Sparks won’t disappoint you and neither will the album; don’t hesitate to show your support in any way possible.

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