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Spectacula – Uh Oh

by Travis on March 18, 2009

I’ve heard good things about this cat, but I honestly can’t recall hearing anything personally, so I can’t give a proper recommendation on this one, but this is something I will be checking out this week sometime. - Trav

Queens MC pitches Curveball
First taste of new Mixtape

theres always

Hailing from Queens Village, New York, young rhyme thrower Spectacula shakes the foundation of what fans are accustomed to hearing, and heaves them the curveball they’ve been desperately waiting for with his instant playback song, Uh Oh. While a large percentage of artists are scared of leaving their comfort zone, Spec shows his versatility by being able to rock over an infectious track that would leave others baffled in the booth.

Having opted to take the mixtape path to secure his name on the Hip-Hop wall of fame, Spectacula has constantly delivered solid project after project and his impending release is no different. And this effort is no different in content, just a little different in its creation which Spectacula explains here ” The whole creative and recording process was like nothing I’ve done before; for Classical Muzik & Unexclusively Exclusive I wrote the bulk of the lyrics and picked the beats out before the recording process even began but every track for There’s Always an Alternative was written in no more than a hour before recording and the whole project was completed in 3 days.”

Uh Oh is the first track from Spectacula’s up and coming mixtape There’s Always an Alternative which sees him deliver a myriad of verses over some of the most respected and recognized tracks from artists deemed ‘alternative.’ Borrowing the musical scenery from artists such as The Verve, Santigold and the Ting Tings, Spectacula displays an undeniable ability to succumb to any melodic environment he finds himself in.

There’s Always an Alternative will be available for download on April 14th


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