The up-and-coming rapper and songwriter known as Jagger Spacy is releasing his biggest and most widely awaited official music video to date, “Where'd You Go?” The video is based on his runaway hit hip-hop / pop music single by the same name, which made headlines less than one month ago in the last quarter of 2014. Sonorous, heartfelt and extremely catchy, Spacy fans and new listeners alike felt that “Where'd You Go?” was sure to come packaged with an official music video – and Spacy wasn't about to leave the music world hanging.
Hailing from the hip-hop hotbed of Arizona, which derives its characteristic sonic style from not only the ever-popular West Coast rap but also typically the “dirty” south sound and that of the founding capital of hip hop, New York City, Jagger Spacy's voice and persona immediately recall those of Eminem. Spacy's “Where'd You Go?” is both more personal and more accessible than much of the music of Marshall Mathers, however, and has been attracting listeners from nearly every music genre.
It should perhaps come as no surprise, therefore, that an accompanying music video for the young star's most successful single should appear, and particularly since the artist's main aim is to connect with his ever-growing audience.
“I hope that people will relate to my music and that they will be inspired,” said Jagger Spacy in a recent interview. “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.”
Listeners wishing to get a better introduction to the rapper and singer are encouraged to meet him through his online bio, available for viewing here: http://youtu.be/rCGoMrXoB9A. Watch for the official video for “Where'd You Go?” by Jagger Spacy to become available for viewing online everywhere soon.
The popular single that started it all, “Where'd You Go?” by Jagger Spacy, is already available online worldwide. Fans of rap, pop, and hip-hop music should get in early.
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