SparkDawg - Brother, Help Me

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Fat Pimp
Album:
Da Lone Star Kid LP

The 66th entry in our DJBooth.net Freestyle Series comes courtesy of SparkDawg, the Texan up-and-comer who recently made his Booth debut with EP cut Come On.  On his brand new, previously-unreleased Brother, Help Me freestyle, the Spark-A-Lot Records rapper flows over original boardwork by Fat Pimp.  SparkDawg is currently working on his debut studio album, Da Lone Star Kid.  In the meantime, fans can hear more on the emcee’s Spark aka SparkDawg EP, released June 30th via Orchard Distribution and available now from online retailers.  DJs and fans can steer their browsers to the newly-launched SparkALotDJs.com for all the latest news and tunes from the Lone Star State up-and-comer.

Watch for our In The Booth (Vol. 2) Mixtape, featuring freestyles 31 through 60, to hit our front page in July!

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