Point Pleasant, New Jersey Oct 25, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Spader’s discography tells different life experiences in non-chronological order. To the best of his memory, he sings about really personal situations and experiences that he’s been through. He hopes to relate with others who have experienced similar feelings, whether or not being through the same exact situation. Throughout his music, you will hear both sides of the spectrum. He will lead you through his “hell on earth” and into the spotlight of stardom.
In just one year of releasing music, this Jersey-born singer/rapper has amassed over 500k streams across music platforms globally. Being a diverse, genre-bending artist is what sets Spader apart from other artists on the come up. Because of his different and unique background, Spader can capture his listeners’ attention through his dark pop vocals and melodic flow. His lyricism also goes way deeper than what is on the surface. Throughout his music, he is able to tell the story of his dark past of incarceration, drugs, toxic relationships, violence, and hardship.
Spader’s discography has something special to offer anyone and everyone. Whether people are looking for a deep message or simply just a vibe, Spader incorporates it all in his music. He has even done a few collaborations with names such as Sammy Adams, Jgriff, and Alan Longo. Spader is a great example of how hard work and consistency can lead to amazing opportunities and results that some people can only dream about.
In the meantime, Spader has not slowed down at all. In fact, he has been working harder than ever to give his fans the music they have been patiently waiting for. With the new year being around the corner, we are hearing rumors about a possible project dropping in the near future. We are going to have to wait and see what is in store, but Spader always has something up his sleeve.
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