Watch Clinton Sparks’s New Visual For ‘Gold Rush’ Feat. 2 Chainz, Macklemore & D.A. (Video)

Watch Clinton Sparks’s New Visual For ‘Gold Rush’ Feat. 2 Chainz, Macklemore & D.A. (Video)
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After receiving the “1849style video for his energetic single “Gold Rush,” we now have the pleasure of showcasing Clinton Sparks‘ latest visual interpretation  for the popular record.

The video highlights performances from 2 ChainzMacklemoreD.A. of Chester French and Clinton Sparks himself. As one would expect, the group of artists are surrounded by a slue of women as they perform their respective verses. ”Gold Rush” will be featured on Sparks’ upcoming album, Disco Ball & Chain, arriving later this year.

Don’t sleep on Clinton Sparks!

Check out the video below & let us know if you’re feeling it!

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