Spose - Just An Introduction (All That)

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Jon Wyman and Spencer Albee
Album:
Yard Sale

If you grew up in the 90’s, you will undoubtedly love the latest DJBooth feature on emcee Spose. His brand new record Just An Introduction (All That) flips the theme song from the Nickelodeon classic, birthplace to Keenan and Kel, All That.  While the song, produced by fellow Main natives Jon Wyman and Spencer Albee, may sample the hit show’s theme song, the track itself is definitely not SpongeBob SquarePants-friendly. In addition to his charismatic flow, Spose adds some pretty colorful, like the oddly descriptive: “All the single ladies eat my babies like a dingo.” Fans of vintage Nickelodeon, as well those who enjoy up-tempo, clever wordplay, should throw down for Spose’s Yard Sale album, which features this gem, and be on the look out for the upcoming Dankonia mixtape.

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