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Marvin Sparks interviews SAS part 1 [AUDIO]

Trust, this interview is a lot. I haven't listened/watched every SAS interview but from the ones I have, none are like this Wrote up a feature for Flavour magazine August/September issue (you can read the feature here). I did the best I could but it is impossible to turn this into a 900 word feature.

When I say this interview is REAL please don't take me likely. To quote Mega "Yeah I liked that. Usually I give generic answers but I was just venting on some 2Pac me against the world shit!"

Here is the first part of the interview:

In the first part of 3 (maayyybe 4 x 10mins) we spoke about meeting Memphis Bleek whilst battle rapping in Marcy Projects in New York a.k.a Jay-Z's former stomping grounds, SAS rejecting a production deal with Kanye West, exclusive on how Kanye stopped them getting a major label deal, and rappers/MCs in the UK not staying true to the artform and rating "success more than talent".

@MarvinSparks interviews @MegaSAS and @MayhemSAS for @FlavourMag pt 1 by MiNameMarvinSparks

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Remember this is the beginning of the conversation when they are just getting warmed up. Won't tell you what else there is to come because "you never know who may get... let's say 'inspired'" but yeah, keep checking back or follow me on Twitter

For other interviews I have done with some of hip hop, grime r&b, reggae and dancehall's biggest artists including TI, Akon, Devlin, Skepta, Chipmunk, Trey Songz, Bust Signal, Gyptian... click here.

Just listening to part 2 know. As Shardinay says: "Oooooooooooooh booooo-hoyyyyyy" Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick!!! no exaggeration I swear. They go in.

You can read the radio edit/story that needed to be told over here. What I left out is more specialist

The Special Delivery freestyle they spoke of is here



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