Spade, born Jason Jones on June 16, 1990 is a an unsigned upstart Hip Hop Music Artist/Songwriter from Jacksonville, Florida who is affiliated with T.T.G Entertainment, (which is his own upstart music Imprint). Spade is steadily growing to prominence after having released three local hit records, two mixtpaes, & collaborating with notable rappers such as Travis Porter, Stuey Rock, J Futuristic, & many others.

His latest song release “All Real Everythang” is currently receiving positive views which is helping prep up the anticipation of his upcoming mixtape/street album “T.T.G” which is set for release in 2014. Spade was born in Brooklyn, NY. When he was 2, his family moved to the Northside of Jacksonville, Fla. In 2008, after he was charged with possesion of drugs & a weapons charge, he decided to start pursuing a career in music. Spade is a longtime friend and Ex Labelmate of fellow Jacksonville rapper Supa Chino. While currently preparing for his first mixtape “T.T.G” in hopes to make a name for himself in the majors, he’s already collaborated with major artists like Future, Travis Porter, & many others. Spade put out 3 singles total by 2012 – “Im Gone”, “Grade ‘A’ P*ssy”, & “Clap It Up”.

Spade’s music has featured production from Zaytoven, DJ Spinz, Nard & B, & KE On The Track with guest verses by many different artists. Spade is known for his clever wordplay & “hook catching” type of rapping, all the while writing down his lyrics, similarly to Tupac Shakur. He has defined his style as “trap music” and explained it in an interview with the Buffet Boys: “I don’t really care what I say on a track as long as it’s about somethin that I’ve experienced. When you try to imitate other people or just solely aim to satisfy the masses and not write from the heart that’s when you’re music is gon’ be fucked up and watered down.” His Rap influences are the Notorious B.I.G, Nas, Soulja Slim, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DMX, T.I., & Gucci Mane.

Author: Mr. Hood Critic

Hood Critic Magazine was founded by Holland D. Witherspoon in Bossier City, Louisiana 2013. HOOD CRITIC MAGAZINE was created to cover up and coming unsigned independent artist.