Jim Farber of the New York Daily News caught up with Bubba Sparxxx, who knows firsthand how fast your stock can fall in the music business. “I was one of the biggest things for a couple of months,” the rapper said. “Then it was, ‘We think you’re a fluke and you’re over.'” Hoping for a second chance at success with his second album ‘Deliverance’, Sparxx is rapping in a more raw and methodical style over music that makes more informed use of Southern sounds. “Hip hop is like what country and western used to be,” Sparxxx explained. “There are tales of shooting and going to jail. There’s drugs and death everywhere, but there’s passion and joy, too.”
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