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5 tracks to download from Clinton Sparks

CREATING SPARKS

Dorchester native Clinton Sparks first made his reputation as a DJ and, later, as a producer for some of the biggest names in music. Here are five hits that have Sparks all over them.

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1. Akon “Sorry, Blame It on Me”

2. Pitbull “Shut It Down”

3. Lady Gaga “Bloody Mary”

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4. Notorious B.I.G.
feat. Bob Marley

“Hold Ya Head”

5. Ludacris feat.
Rick Ross and Bun B
“Down in tha Dirty”

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