“Barber with them shaky hands, they can never fade me” – K. Sparks
Questions is the first single from K. Sparks collaborative album with French Producer Kurser entitled Note To Self. “The song discusses the importance of remaining true to self and ever letting others take advantage“. The album contains a combination of live instrumentation and collaborations with various musicians from several locations. Fusions of Hip-Hop, Soul, and various genres can all be traced within various layers of the project. Artwork by street painter Rafael Mattey. Note To Self will be released on November 6th, 2018, and is now available for
pre- order. Vinyl available soon. Check it out and let us know what you think. Spread The Soup!
Long Time is a wavy, melodic anthem full of emotion, swag and vibes birthed from the heart of Detroit, MI. Marqus Anthony shines bright as he shoots sharp lyrics that cut to the core, Dre Beeze delivers an incredibly catchy hook, and Unkle Gmo serves the perfect feature verse for this street hymn. Saru Beatz laces the beat with dope sounds to create a magnetic feel that is irresistibly infectious. Long Time will captivate the ears of listeners from the block to the church and everywhere in between, urging them to find hope in Christ no matter the circumstances. Check it out and let us know what you think. Spread The Soup!
A uniquely blended story of tribulation and triumph told through an array of musical elements including: Soul, Worship, Trap Soul, Gospel Quartet and more. Shyne On Me offers a message of comfort and consolation to listeners faced with the trials of life. The project transparently depicts the struggles he faces with his own faith in times of distress, neglecting hope in the very word he preaches. After moments of self- reflection and conviction the artist is able to return to the source of his strength and offer a new perspective to motivate and encourage believers and non- believers alike to trust God’s ultimate plan. Check it out and let us know what you think. Spread The Soup!
Kevi Morse releases a brand new visual from his album Barnabas.
Kevi shares, “The idea for the Barnabas (Short Film) came to mind when I thought about how much we battle with life and its trials, but don’t understand that we’re stronger than them. In the opening scene you see a figure who happens to be stronger than me burst in and try to captivate my mind. I waited and overcame this challenge once I realized I was more powerful. That thing could be stress, maybe depression, or something else holding you back from from realizing your purpose and destiny.”
“Black Wall Street” was inspired by a street in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “What Chu Need” is about acknowledging that I have what people need and that’s the creator – God. I put the two songs together to close the chapter of my album – Barnabas (Short Film)”, he continues.
Shot, edited & directed by OrangeCap (Andy Miller).
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Illect recording artist James Gardin and label mate Terem deliver an energetic Summer anthem. Groove is for those who feel like they’re constantly in their element and living life on a current winning streak.