After releasing three chapters of his Trilogy series (The Collabs / The Demonstration / The Resurrection) for free download via the Internet, K. Sparks is back to close out 2010 with an update to the project he started the year off with. French producer Kurser has spent the good part of the year remixing tracks from the K. Sparks album A Day In The Life after winning a remix contest held in promotion of the album.
Vastly different from the original album released in March, A Day In The Life [The Kurser Remix Suite] finds Kurser trading in the jazzy, boom bap soundtrack crafted by original beatsmith G.C. for a more experimental take on the album. Production ranges from the rock-driven, Sean Price assisted “Keep Movin”, to the gutter hip hop sounds of “Sometimes” and the dancehall vibed “Mind Elevation” featuring Cymarshall Law.
Originally recorded by K. Sparks in just one day, A Day In The Life is a fitting title for this conceptual project as listeners are taken from the beginning to end of a typical day in Sparks’ life. The album is an exploration into all aspects of the artist’s identity, a reveal he faces in an intimate and emotionally supercharged way. Sparks provides the A Day in the Life tour using inventive wordplay, internal rhyming, battle raps, storytelling and eye-widening punch-lines.
The remix album will be available on December 7, 2010 via iTunes, Amazon and other major digital outlets. For a free preview, download the official album sampler after the jump. Also dropping the same day is the special edition re-release to the original A Day In The Life, featuring three bonus tracks not available on original release. This special edition version will only be available on compact disc and will be sold through www.hipnottrecords.com.