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Spoke-In-Wordz debuts new single on iTunes, Amazon

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It appears Spoke-In-Wordz will be pulling double duty this year. He's working on a solo album that he says is due by the end of the year. At the same time, he's also working on a new album as part of the group Infinite Mindz. But to give fans a taste of what's to come from him solo-wise, Spoke dropped his new buzz single, "Never Let Go," produced by Noel Zancanella.

"I was just blessed to have come in and worked with Noel at the right time," says Spoke. "Right now, I'm just trying to push singles to see what works and what doesn't."

For now, this one seems to be working. Listen for yourself after the jump, and if you dig it, pick it up at iTunes or Amazon.com for $.99 and $.89, respectively. Oh, and in case you're wondering, he's not talking about a girl.

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