On the latest leak off his forthcoming compilation album, NYC radio personality Emilio Sparks joins forces with producer Mike Cash (who co-produced Sparks’ last feature, One Step at a Time, with J. Glaze) and Big Apple underground mainstay Mickey Factz. On Die Everyday, Cash’s gritty sampled production bumps in the background as the freestyle series alum laments the cheapness of life in the streets. Sparks’ forthcoming project, Scumbino’s Way, has yet to receive a solid drop date, but fans can, asd always, keep it locked to the Booth for the latest details.
Written by richard on 04/26/11
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