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Westwego, Louisiana, United States | INDIE

Westwego, Louisiana, United States | INDIE
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HIRE SPENSA’S BIOGRAPHY

Spencer Miller better known as Hire Spensa was raised by his mother in a
single parent home with one sister and five disabled brothers. He was born
in New Orleans, Louisiana and raised on the Westbank of New Orleans. His
first music interest came about when four of his brothers started a music
group called Wheel Chair Posse (W.C.P.) ,when he was featured on their tape
in 1993. He was so excited and overwhelmed from this opportunity that this
became his dream and goal in life. Once he began rapping he gained an
interest in making beats from his brother Bryant Miller a.k.a. House of
W.C.P. Due to the fact of his life living in New Orleans with crime,
violence and poverty he was unable to focus on his dream for several years.
In 2003, Glen Miller a.k.a. ND (former member of W.C.P.) started a record
company/studio (NDA Records) and signed Hire Spensa as a rapper/producer for
the label where a group was formed known as Faze 3 consisting of Hire
Spensa, ND and Half Dead (former member of W.C.P.). Faze 3 has appeared in
magazine, local rap/hiphop tv show Phat Phat n’ All Dat as well as performed
in a few local clubs (Key West, Rocafella, Illusions). She Makin Money a
single from their album Made Fa Dis was in rotation on Q93. Unfortunately
Hurricane Katrina hit and destroyed everything. Now we’re relocated in Fort
Worth, Texas and NDA Records and Hire Spensa decided to give it one more
chance. We jumped back in the studio and made the album My Style which Hire
Spensa blessed with hot lyrics and fire beats. He is ready and eager to get
in the industry and show everybody his style because it takes more than
Hurricane Katrina to stop him. Without no struggle there’s no progress and
anything worth having is worth working for.