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Spits da Dawn | Left for Dead: Still Alive (Deluxe Edition)

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Left for Dead: Still Alive (Deluxe Edition)

by Spits da Dawn

LEFT FOR DEAD: STILL ALIVE is the second release from KINGPEN CITYs very own Spits Da Dawn. This album features DAMN BOO, LIKE ME and the new anthem EVERYTHING
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Dream Intro
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2. Left for Dead
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3. Way to Go
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4. Real Talk
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5. One Love
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6. Mind Made Up
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7. Money Over Everything
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8. Like Me
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9. Break It Down
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10. 30 Steps
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11. Damn Boo
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12. Make Ha Move
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13. On Deck
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14. Nothing Above
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15. Everything (Bonus Track)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sincere ‘SPITS DA DAWN’ Pelzer was born and raised in the Castle Hill section of
the Bronx. He was born into music, his father being a DJ and his mother a
collector of everything from The O’Jays to Biz Markie. This exposure caused
Sincere to develop a sense of personality and individuality that would continue
to shape the rest of his life.

Although, his parents were not together he found the perfect balance between his
father listening to anything “new and innovative” and his mothers listening to
her “oldies but goodies”. This would soon help Sincere to find his own identity.

As a teenager, Sincere lost his father and found himself living with his mother
off and on. Entering high school he was always able to hold his own especially
in rap battles. Although this was before video cameras and internet came into
play some how he was able to make a name for himself.

After realizing that using the name “Sincere” was out of the question, due to
the fact that another rapper owned rights to it, Sincere eventually took on the
moniker “Spits Da Dawn”. Realizing that there was no one shining bright in hip
hop, he felt as though he would be the new light for the culture, in resemblance
of the way the dawn lights up the night.

Shortly after losing his father, he also lost his grandmother followed by his
Aunt Yvonne. As a result, Spits Da Dawn began to avoid making new friends
because it seemed as if every thing or every one he ever loved, he lost. It
wasn’t until him and his child hood friends Al.P and Vel black identified that
they had a bond stronger than friendship that he was able to let people into his
world. Yes, he lost his triangle offense but gained a triangle defense, known to
the world as Kingpen City.

As Spits grew older he would soon become bored with Hip-Hop due to the abundance
of self-proclaimed rappers emerging on the scene.. He put his dreams on hold for
four years of his life. However, a day wouldn’t go by without Sincere bumping
into a child hood friend that stated something along the lines of, “Please tell
me that you are still rappin”. After awhile he began to see the impact he had on
people on a small scale and was influenced to take another chance at reaching
out to the masses.

Without any industry alliances Spits decided to take matters into his own hands,
along with the support of his Kingpen brothers. As a result, he was able to
deliver his highly anticipated debut “Quality Over Quantity”. Listeners
immediately responded with praise calling QOQ classic material. He captured his
listeners with the albums first track “Aries” in which he proves he can bring
Hip-Hop to greater heights. Without using the cliche term “I’m bringing Hip-Hop
back”.

“Spits is able to prove through his song substance, character, honesty and
confidence that he will be a major force in Music."


Soundcloud: Spits Da Dawn
YouTube: SpitsDaDawn88
Instagram: @dakingpen848
Facebook: Spits Da Dawn
Twitter: @SPITSDADAWN

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