Once again, K. Sparks presents the latest installment in his year-long Manic Mondays series. The Jamaica Queens native makes go-round number four possibly his darkest song to date; hanging around the rough and tough streets, Sparks makes it clear that no matter the adversity, his mind state of stepping above the crowd will Never change. With singer Tina Quallo‘s haunting hook and producer Fero Navi‘s Northeast-based beat, Never is living proof that, in addition to his underground backpacker crowd, K. Sparks can also appeal to the mean streets. Join us again next week for another edition of Manic Mondays.
Written by Burmy on 09/21/08
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