K. Sparks - Soul Child

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
DJ Jazzy Jeff [A Touch of Jazz Productions]
Album:
Manic Mondays Series

On Monday, we kicked off our exclusive freestyle series with Novel‘s Soul Survivor.  The second entry comes to us courtesy of Booth favorite K. Sparks, who freestyles over a beat by DJ Jazzy Jeff on his brand new Soul Child.  The Double Up Ent. emcee is currently going strong after 23 weeks of his Manic Mondays series, and has released the first 17 installments as the Manic Mondays Mixtape (Vol. 1).  Fans can look forward to volume two of the mixtape, which will drop when Sparks reaches week 34; in the meantime, check back with the Booth each Monday to hear his latest records as they are released.

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