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Hagerstown, Maryland, United States | INDIE

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States | INDIE
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"You're a star"

"Spence 4Hire, very sexy, you're a star..." - 93.9 FM WKYS

"Spence 4Hire"

"Our news publication wrote an article last year about local Rap artist Spencer “Spence” Jackson. Later that year Spence was featured on the May/June 2010 magazine cover of “Hagerstown”. That same summer, our photojournalist John Williams, documented the making of Spence’s summer 2010 hit single “Wipe Out”, which was videoed at a Hagerstown nightclub. Spence likes to promote his hometown and his homefolks. Spence had mentioned to Speak Up in 2010 that he wanted to do something really big in Hagerstown for the community. And he did." - Speak Up News Letter

"Music with a Message"

"Spencer began performing original rap songs publicly in fourth grade, around the same time he..." - Hagerstown Magazine

"Music and rapper mature together"

"Bright lights gleaming onto the stage, crowd blaring- it's a familiar territory Spencer Jackson calls home..." - The Herald Mail


Spence 4Hire



The new kid on the block born Spencer Jackson, hailing from Hagerstown, Maryland. Population 39,728. It’s not New York City, Los Angeles, or the Dirty South, but its home to an aspiring craftsman. A husband and a father of three, simply known by his brethren as “Spence”.

His love for the music came early, at age nine he was already writing original songs and rocking the crowd. His name being chanted aloud during his performances at parties and talent shows became the norm. Even as a child, with limited technology, Spence was determined for his skills to be heard. He can recall vividly using tape recorders, karaoke machines, and instrumentals to lay down his own material.

His novice, but exceptional artist term over the past decade has put him on stage with the likes of, Gotee recording artist John Reuben, Flicker recording artist T-Bone and featured at legendary Rapfest Concert Series in the Bronx, New York. He also opened for Def Jam recording artist Jadakiss at an illustrious 4th of July event. Spence then was interviewed by DJ Scoob Doo from WRSU 88.7FM, “Banned from the radio show”, and has been featured on the Chris Music Concept video show. He’s recorded numerous radio commercials for sponsors, Step-N-Style, City Stylez fashions, Krazi Kicks, LLC. and a TV commercials for Hagerstown Honda. Opening for hip hop legends Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick earned him a big shout out from DC's 93.9 WKYS's Jeannie Jones.

Currently, he’s landed a new recording deal with publishing giant, Tate Publishing. His recent buzz sparked when his video "Hub City State of Mind", a tribute to his hometown, and a rendition of the Jay-Z and Alicia Keys hit, “Empire State of Mind” would reach over 63,000 views on YouTube in less than three months. Continuing to reach impressive numbers, the video kept Spence in the public eye over the 2010 year. From headline stories in The Herald –Mail, to him landing the cover of Hagerstown’s magazine. Spence has launched his regional take over, as well as his inevitable national campaign.