Rapper Jagger Spacy releases debut EP album ‘Jagger Spacy’

The rapper and songwriter from Arizona known as Jagger Spacy has released his debut EP album, “Jagger Spacy.” The self-titled record contains four original Spacy tracks, including his two surprise hit singles, “When I’m Gone” and “Where’d You Go?” the latter of which gained extra momentum with the appearance of Spacy’s debut official video for the track in April. These singles, the video and the highly awaited debut EP, “Jagger Spacy,” have all been published independent of corporate music record labels.

A modern rap record that fans of hip hop and pop alike can dig deep into, “Jagger Spacy” by Jagger Spacy is full of heart, built on bass, and solid proof that this young rapper’s ready for the big time.

Jagger Spacy has cited Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift as main artistic influences for his self-titled EP, and attributes of both are clearly heard throughout the record. Also easy to distinguish are tones of Eminem, whom Spacy has also mentioned as one of his inspirations in the past. His similarities with Marshall Mathers are evident in the ease and alacrity with which Spacy flips his phrases around in linguistic loops, twists and hairpin turns.

Unlike Eminem’s iconic vocal style, however, is Spacy’s determination to pen only radio-friendly lyrics.

“Growing up I listened to one genre and one genre only, and that was rap,” Spacy writes. “Listening to this type of music on the radio, I would always get disappointed hearing bleeps in it. I just felt like I wasn’t getting the full experience. When I decided to make my own music, I promised myself that everything I wrote would have meaning minus the bleeps.”

Music by Jagger Spacy is more than just catchy sounds, too. This is an artist aiming to change the world.

“I think a lot of people tend to hide their struggles and emotions inside,” he writes, “and that’s what breaks them. When you can admit you’re broken you are able to rebuild yourself. I hope through my lyrics people will be inspired to just be real and okay with how they feel. Sometimes you just need to get it off your chest. As I release my EP, I hope my music can speak to people and let them know they’re not alone.”

The “Jagger Spacy” EP by Jagger Spacy is available online worldwide beginning 13 June 2015. Get in early, rap fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer


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Jagger Spacy releases new single ‘Where’d You Go?’

The rapper and songwriter known as Jagger Spacy has released his latest pop single, “Where’d You Go?” The track has been published as an independent release entirely without support from the corporate music infrastructure. Melodic, heartfelt, and spat with razor-sharp accuracy and groove, “Where’d You Go?” is a masterpiece of urban pop from this up-and-coming talent from Arizona.

Jagger Spacy cites as main artistic influences only one artist, Eminem, holder of 13 Grammy Awards at the time of writing. Spacy’s own style of rap on “Where’d You Go?” has certain qualities in common with Eminem’s, such as witty and intelligent lyrics, clever rhyme schemes, and syncopated vocal rhythms which form the key strength of Spacy’s music. His new single also features truly fantastic singing in each chorus, impeccable harmonies, and some of the most polished studio production to be heard anywhere.

Music by Jagger Spacy is also personal and autobiographical. Asked to describe how he came to begin performing music, he writes that, “It was a way I expressed my feelings, and dealt with life.”

His music isn’t just written for himself, however. Through songs like “Where’d You Go?” Spacy aims to bring a little help to the public at large, too.

“I hope that people will relate to my music and that they will be inspired,” writes the rapper. “I hope it will show people that even though we deal with life challenges and struggles, we can get through it. Failure is key. I am just rebuilding what was broken.”

Jagger Spacy has been writing, performing and producing music since the age of 18, when the tracks he recorded using the GarageBand program convinced his parents that he should be recording in professional studios. As “Where’d You Go?” clearly demonstrates, they were absolutely correct.

“I always wanted to be in the music industry,” Spacy writes, “but it was something I kept to myself … The studio we ended up going to was called Tallcat Studios. We played my songs for them and they looked at me and said, ‘You need to be doing this!’ From that day until now it’s been crazy. I now consider myself a rapper, but my mom says I’m more than a rapper, so whatever that means I’m going to go with it.”

“Where’d You Go?” by Jagger Spacy is available online worldwide. Fans of rap, pop, and hip-hop music should get in early.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer


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