Addressing popular culture’s frequent assaults on black masculinity, Feminization and its subsequent remix were heady stuff, even for K. Sparks. In the interest of balance, the freshly-minted follow-up features no sophisticated concepts whatsoever—just the Queens phenom and a talented homie Dummin’ Out over a quality beat. Kurser‘s production, a tension-fraught arrangement with a touch of dubstep in its viscous synth-bassline, sets the mood as Spizzy and guest emcee Nation go H.A.M. on the mic. New Mask Media‘s official visuals round out the package. For Dummin’ Out and much more, check out Sparks’s Vintage Art LP, available now for streaming and digital purchase in the Booth.
Written by richard on 09/2/14
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