Listen to the live interview Episode #464 Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax:

Jacqueline Jax logo photoGETTING TO KNOW MARK SPARK
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio

Mark Jackson

Music business…
 I feel optimistic about the music business because people can come from nothing and become something, but there’s pros and cons for everything. For me, being independent and having the ability to make major decisions, is awesome at times, but having doors close in your face because people don’t know who you are, can be discouraging if you don’t have a thick skin.

At the end of the day I focus on creating music that speaks about something real close to my heart and my own struggle in life. I have a deep appreciation for how music can tell a story. It not only tells that tale of the individual writing it, but moves those who hear it.


I would love to have 5 minutes alone with….
 I’m the biggest 2pac fan ever, but I would have to say P. Diddy because he’s one of the most successful people to ever be involved with Hip-Hop music. I watched him get fired from Uptown Records and build Bad Boy into an empire, sort of what I would like to do with Migrant Workerz Entertainment.



Music Genre/ category : Rap/Hip-Hop

C.O.C. is about everyday waking up trying to get it and maximize the amount of money that you make in this cold world that we live in. A world where people hate on you and pray on your downfall but you have to keep your eyes on the prize and get money, which I refer to as “Capitalizing on Currency”.

“Capitalize on Currency” is …
cultivation music for the streets to further educate people on the Migrant Workerz movement by bringing you dope music and visuals that will relieve your stress like potent trees.

 I live in New York City…
The music scene is always gonna be lit in New York. There’s a lot of up and coming venues and many others that I have performed in and dope people I’ve networked with as well.


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Instagram: @damarkspark

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