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High-Energy LGBT Rap Artist XOXOSPENCER Drops new EP “LIFEOFXOXO"
XOXOSPENCER showcases his unique flow, lyrics, and style on “LIFEOFXOXO” the Hip-Hop MC and songwriter's new EP.
Musical, especially rap musical is universal. Proof of this is the rising star XOXOSPENCER a unique skilled urban lyricist, MC and songwriter on the rise, who not only represents himself and his city, but is also proudly an LGBT artist. In exciting news XOXOSPENCER recently announced his new EP “LIFEOFXOXO” just dropped on XOXOGANG. The energy surrounding the project is skyrocketing not just in the LGBT-world but also with all people who simply appreciate next-level rap music that is sincere and from the heart.
“As a LGBT artist I feel the world needs to hear this music to help give give listeners the courage and confidence to be the best person they can be regardless of their sexual preferences,” commented the passionate artist. “I am an overseas artists who have aspirations of traveling to the states to perform for thousands of unspoken teens and children who may have experienced the same in life as myself.”
So far XOXOSPENCER's most popular song has been the single “Live & Let Die”, a song many fans have commented they can relate to lyrically and that has a beat that sets dance floors on fire and make car stereos rock – just in time for the good weather that's also making an appearance in the U.S. where XOXOSPENCER is most popular.
“LIFEOFXOXO” is available across all streaming/download platforms, like Apple Music and Spotify.
The Feedback from fans continues to be more positive every day.
Steph S., from Boston, recently said in a five-star review, “Lie & Let Die is the best song I have heard in a very long time. I can't wait to hear the new EP from XOXOSPENCER.”
For more information be sure to visit him on Instagram and be sure to follow him onYouTube.
"Spencer Goodwin, aka 'YungT', now emerging in his newest incarnation as 'Xoxo Spencer', started his already vibrant carreer at age 16. Goodwin, 21, an inspirational urban rap artist, has endured much of the inner-city life that many young, African-American youth experience, and much, much more.