|Hope Spin is a teen singer, rapper, and dancer who was born and
raised in the city of
Las Vegas, Nevada. She is a five time Black Music Award winner for
"Best Young R&B"
(2012), "Rising Star" (2013), and "Best Pop Artist" (2013, 2014 and
2015) as well as the Image Award Honoree (2015) and was named
Star To Watch by the Black Music Association and Academy of
America. She is also a four time PowerHouse Radio Music Award
winner for "Rising Star Of The Year" (2014), "Recognition For Your
Support" (2014), "Best Female Vocalist" (2015), and "Video Of The
Year" (2015). It should be noted that Hope's video for her single
"Seven Oh Two" was also nominated at the PHMA for the Video of
the Year category in 2014.
Hope Spin made a TV appearance on the "Fox 5 News This
Morning" program in September 2013, with Bully Busters 702, which
is an organization that campaigns against bullying, an issue that is
very dear to her heart. She appeared on the late night television
show known as "The Will Edwards Show" which aired on the "My
LVTV" channel on December 2013.
Hope Spin has opened up for the likes of Jacob Latimore, Audio
Push, and Tay Dizm.
She started off dancing around age 5 taking ballet, tap, and jazz
classes at her local
recreation center. Singing later came into the picture around the age
of 8 when she
started performing with a former JaHMa recording artist on the
downtown for the Taste Of Sounds and Soul and local coffee shops
and record stores
(Rejavanate and Zia Records). She did not start rapping until later
around the age of 13.
She was scheduled to do a song with another artist which required
her to rap on it. The
other artist no longer could do the song with Hope but she decided
to continue on with
the song by herself. She did not know she had the ability to rap until
she tried it in the
booth for her first time.
Hope's career really got started in the Summer of 2012 when she
was invited to perform
at the Urban and Pop Showcase at the Celebrity Center in
Hollywood. There were a lot
of talented teens her age doing the same thing as her. It really
inspired her & pushed her
in the right direction to work harder and follow her passion. In
September of 2012 Hope
decided to try online school due to mean girls & business started
picking up in her
music career. She then became very busy with doing shows all over
Las Vegas and
Hope Spin is currently on the Bully Busters 702 School Tour where
she goes into
schools in the Las Vegas community to perform and speak to the
kids about her
experiences with bullying. Hope has been interviewed on radio
station Power 88 and
KUNV which is UNLV's station and her single "Feel The Beat" has
been played on both
of the radio station's multiple times. Please support Hope in her
journey on becoming
successful in life. She cannot do it without fans & support. With her
performances and passion she is destined for something great.
Continue to watch her
grow and work hard.