After cutting his teeth as the trumpeter in the multi platinum band Capital Cities from 2012 - 2015 the Los Angeles-born half-Filipino vocalist-instrumentalist goes rogue, adding a new dimension of possibility to not only his sonic weapon of choice, but to pop music as well.
Spencer's independent debut single “Just Wanna Dance" debuted at #47 on the Spotify US Viral Charts proving 2018 is primed to pop off for the artist. He kicked off the year opening for the Chainsmokers, Jason Derulo and Betty Who, and this summer he performed at Bonnaroo and Pride festivals around the country. His first solo single “Diggy” exploded right out of the gate as it soundtracked a “Fall Style” campaign for Target and was featured prominently in the blockbuster Happy Death Day, the Netflix original movie Step Sisters and the popular video game Just Dance 18. Additionally, peers such as Chance The Rapper, Maroon 5 and Camila Cabello have shown support on social media. He turned audiences around the world into believers after his performance on Late Night With Seth Meyers and also at Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, LA Pride, Mexico’s Corona Capital and on tour supporting BeBe Rexha in the US and Europe.