K. Sparks


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In the midst of today's mainstream Hip Hop culture that glorifies increasingly negative images, it's refreshing to hear an artist that goes against the grain.  After several notable media appearances, numerous awards, crafting songs for various artist, commercial placements and quality albums to his credit.  Remaining true to his background and life perspective is what personifies K. Sparks.

Raised by his parents in South Side Jamaica Queens New York, they instilled the basic values of hard work within him.  He started performing in various talent venues and created a buzz for himself within the in the New York City region.  After releasing several mix tape projects and selling them independently, he began to record and write for numerous recording artist shopping songs to Sony and Universal Records.  K. Sparks recognition continued to infiltrate the mainstream as he garnered notable features on MTV Mixtape Mondays twice, BET Artist of the month, The Source Magazine, Rap Fanatic Magazine, URB Magazine; and other notable publications.  K. Sparks proceeded to collaborate with fellow emcee KiD CuDi to create his 'Take Em High' single which generated significant buzz within the blogosphere increasing his popularity even more.

By the end of the year, K. Sparks had become an emerging Hip Hop artist with well-received appearances on numerous outlets such as XXL, Boi-1da, 2dopeboyz, DJ Booth, okayplayer, Kevin Nottingham, HipHopDX, All HipHop, Nahright, Tune Core, and hundreds of others.  He continued to make a name for himself performing at numerous venues, such as The Underground Showdown opening up for Joe Budden and Talib Kewli. And then The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival featuring Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Q Tip, and MOP, as well as sharing the stage with the legendary Lords of The Underground.

K. Sparks combines life experiences, social commentary and a witty sense of humor to provide the listener with a more in depth look at society, a message of encouragement and hope.

Tracks We've Played


Big Shot (ft. Toshiki Hayashi)

Blindfolds (ft. Nation)

Blue Nostalgia (ft. Stephanie Heaghney)

Gone Say (w/ Dream Chaos)

Pardon My Back


Say Less


Seasons Theme   (2016)


Jazz Theory

Gold EP   (2017)

Casablanca, 'Round Midnight