Spectac & Shakim - For the People

Posted 3 years ago
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Spectac should consider changing his name to “Spectac The Storyteller.” A perfect example of why this makes sense is his new, DJ Shakim produced single For The People. The title track off the duo’s latest musical offering comes with a wistfully nostalgic sound that lays the groundwork for some thought-provoking verses that seem to tumble from Spec’s brain like water from a fountain. He prefaces the song with a brief commentary of why he made this album and why it’s called For The People - it’s worth a listen before getting into the music. For the People is available for download right here on The DJBooth, while the album in its entirety can be both streamed and purchased. It’s a one-stop shop, so take advantage however you see fit.

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