Recently, Brother, Help Me emcee SparkDawg suffered a major setback when a grease fire that started while he was cooking catfish got out of control and burned his home to the ground. Fortunately, no one was hurt and the nearby studio was not damaged. On unreleased track Where There’s A SPARK There’s A FLAME, the rapper describes his feelings surrounding the experience. Over Cy Fyre‘s piano loop, Spark explains that, though he’s still a little shaken up, he recognizes that he’s truly blessed to have his life and his recording equipment intact, and he’s more committed than ever to using both to their fullest. It’s clear that the traumatic experience has only left SparkDawg stronger; if the rapper continues turning out reflective jams like this one, he could well achieve “Booth favorite” status.
Written by Burmy on 08/12/09
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