Spencer's music has been described as "TOP 40" with a positive message. His fans have described his music as inspirational and the hundreds of emails he receives confirm that it has positively changed lives of the listener. In between writing originals, Spencer has covered songs from artists like Maroon 5, Moriah Peters, Justin Timberlake, Jason Mraz, Plain White Tees, Cody Simpson, Justin Bieber, Andrew Allen, Tori Kelly, and Miguel.
His newest album "RUNWAY" (Sep 2014) features new music produced by Grammy Winning Tyshane (Lecrae Gravity 2013) among other award winning and platinum album producers.
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Runway| Posted March 25, 2015
Runway by Spencer Kane is a really intriguing album. Picked this up a few days ago not really knowing what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. Just want to highlight a few of the gems found inside.
"Runway" is the first really good song on the album. If you love Ne-Yo this song is to die for. It controls a really pleasing R&B feel.
"Heart Like You" is the softest song on the album, but bieberish vocals really mix well on the chorus.
"Song For Love" was the only song I knew from this album before I bought it. It's got catchy going, and once you hear it you won't be able to stop singing it(don't say I didn't warn you).
Other than these tracks, it is unfortunately pretty mediocre. The electronic feel gets a little corny on tracks 1&2 and the vocals are annoying on track 10. But I recomend downloading the three songs I highlighted earlier to anybody who loves Bieber, Boy Bands & R&B.
My eight-year-old brother loves pop music (as do I), and so I asked him to listen to Runway and give me his opinion. He said “it has similar vocals to Bruno Mars, the music of Royal Tailor, and the catchiness of Anthem Lights.” I would have to agree with him, and say the Runway is definitely encompasses some of the qualities of the previously mentioned artists/bands.
Spencer Kane’s musical style could perhaps be best described as synth driven pop. The music is upbeat, and the vocals on the album are fantastic (think Justin Bieber/Cody Simpson). Additionally, the lyrics are catchy, positive, and well written. Needless to say, Runway is an all around excellent release! I wouldn’t be surprised if we see Spencer Kane signed by a major record label soon, and have his music featured on soundtracks in the foreseeable future – his music holds all of the qualities of popular major label artists.
“When the rain is falling and there’s no silver lining,
And you just can’t seem to find the light.
When you need reason to help you keep believing,
Let my love be your blue sky.”
– from “Blue Sky”
At the time of release, Spencer Kane was 17 years old. Taking into consideration his age and the style of his music, I believe that he has the potential to become extremely popular in both younger and older crowds.
I would wholeheartedly recommend Runway to fans of Royal Tailor, Cody Simpson, Anthem Lights, and even “Beliebers” (if there are still any out there?). It is a great synth driven pop album – probably the best in this genre so far this year. Spencer Kane is a talented individual, and I for one am looking forward to seeing what the future holds for this young artist.