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West Palm Beach, Florida, United States | SELF

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States | SELF
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Title: Doubt That (EP)
Released: 2001

Title: Where U At (EP)
Released: 2002

Title: Suthern Folk MIXTAPE
Released: 2003

Title: Suthern Folk REVISED: FAMU Edition
Released: 2004

Title: #1 Grinda
Released: 2006

Title: The Book of Revelation
Released: 2007

Title: The Sounds of Spiracy
Released: 2008

Title: Only the Beginning
Released: 2010

Title: The BEST of Spiracy MIXTAPE
Released: 2011



"I am NOT a rap artist. I am a MUSICIAN.”
If there ever was an answer to the appearant staleness in the music game, it would be Spiracy. At 27 years of age, he is one of the greatest musicians in history.
Spiracy was born in beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida, and has been raised there all of his life. His very large family is well established in the area, his mother being also from West Palm, while his father is from South Bay, Florida. This would explain the “city/country” blend of his style.
Spiracy begin studying piano at age 3 with his aunt, who, at the time, was an accomplished pianist herself. Although he wouldn’t study seriously for many years later, what he learned, he remembered. By age 9, he was already learning his 4th Beethoven Sonata.But it was something about rapping. Something about putting words together in delicate rhyme patterns that captured the interest of young Spiracy.
In eighth grade, Spiracy won the Best in Music Award for his school, Bear Lakes Middle. With a successful audition into the arts high school, it was at this point when Spiracy began to make music not only his life, but his career.
The Dreyfoos School of Arts molded the young Spiracy into the musical genius which we have today. Tedious classical piano training in the morning and a studio session in the afternoon to work on new ideas created a Spiracy that cared more about recording and music than school itself. By the time Spiracy graduated high school in 2002, he had already maintained an impressive resume of 2 EP releases, 3 music videos, 30 + shows (some of which being paid shows), and almost 500 sales in his first EP entitled “Doubt That”, not to mention his MANY performances as an accomplished classical pianist (which are too numerous to mention here). All this before he was even a legal U.S. citizen.
After graduating, Spiracy traveled the U.S. performing in various cities such as Newark, Philadelphia, New York, Jacksonville, and Miami, to name a few. While living in Philly, he released his first independent album entitled “Suthern Folk”, which went on to sell well over 1000 copies. He even gained the attention of Universal Records, but, business being business, eventually had to return home to start a new grind back at home, the south.
In 2004, Spiracy attended Florida A&M University in hopes of spreading his music and selling his instrumentals to his target audience: college students. He accomplished this by performing all over the North Florida area from Jacksonville to Pensacola and then some. There, he opened up, produced for and collaborated with acts such as T. Pain & The Nappy Headz, Nona Hendrix, Socorro, Cece Winans, Lil Wayne, T.I, Thrill Da Playa of the 69 Boyz, Lil Boosie, Co-Lab, Papa Duck, Rick Ross, Sean J of Field Mob, Young Cash, Pretty Ricki & the Maverics, Gucci Mane, and many, many others. His biggest show to date ia a performance of his all-time hit record "Where My Lighter At?" in Jacksonville's Civic Center, with an estimated 12,000 fans in attendance. That single remains in rotation at both WANM 90.5 & Blazing 102.3 radio stations in Tallahassee to this day.
Spiracy at present is preparing to release his greatest work yet, entitled "The Sounds of My Piano", which promises to be unlike anything he preciously recorded. This album will have a jazz-club & power-ballad feel to it while still maintaining its urban appeal. In other words, this album will be for EVERYONE.
"This current album has taken me about 10 years to complete. If you ask me, this album will be the best of my career by far. It reveals a Spiracy that's never been seen or heard before. My new fans will love it better than all their new albums. My old fans will love it better than all my old albums."
The world awaits...