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  • Spose – Let's Crash Concert Window Again

    This show was on Apr 19th, 2014 | 101 people watched
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    • Apr 21
      The Spose concert was absolutely awesome. I do wish the camera would have been zoomed in a little bit more but it was a great time!!! Spose is the best ever. I really want him to come to Washington State. :)
    • Apr 21
      super dope. spizzy spose killed it, even while clearly pretty drunk. pdave
    • Alf
      Apr 23
      Only complaint.... Camera angle/ distance from stage. It would be easy to have a suspended camera,with all the stage rigging, 10 meters or in front of the stage. Sound was good.
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  • Spose

    This show was on Jan 13th, 2014 | 312 people watched
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    • Jan 21
      AMAZING show. Lots of energy & fun to watch. It was great that Spose and company even got involved with the users online- being aware that we were there & interacting with us as much as they could. It was sad to know others weren't able to join in on the fun due to the site and servers crashing, get on that shit Concert Window.
    • Jan 25
      The concert cut out near the start and I couldn't get back to it. The chat was spammed constantly and there appeared to be no moderation. Overall it was horrible.
    • Feb 12
      Spose is great and you guys really messed that one up #moneytospose
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Bio

Coming out of Wells, ME, rapper Spose used humility and a sense of humor to separate himself from his suburban rap competition when he kicked off his career with the ironic “I’m Awesome.” Born Ryan Peters, Spose had been a fan of hip-hop since grade school. In 2005 he began to take his lyrics seriously, then in 2007 he released his own album, Preposterously Dank. Two years later he teamed with... more

Coming out of Wells, ME, rapper Spose used humility and a sense of humor to separate himself from his suburban rap competition when he kicked off his career with the ironic “I’m Awesome.” Born Ryan Peters, Spose had been a fan of hip-hop since grade school. In 2005 he began to take his lyrics seriously, then in 2007 he released his own album, Preposterously Dank. Two years later he teamed with fellow Wells rapper Cam Groves for the We Smoked It All mixtape, then in January 2010 he released his single “I’m Awesome” to local radio. The humorous, self-deprecating track was an instant hit, and by the end of February Spose was signed to the Universal Republic label.

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