Black Spade’s ‘The Sweetest Revenge’ Pushed Back

Seems like The Bawse isn’t the only one with a album delay.  The Blender gets the jump on Spade’s new collaboritve project, The Sweetest Revenge.  Check out some of the story below and read the rest at Kevin’s site.

Fans of St. Louis producer-rapper Black Spade patiently awaiting the follow-up to his solo debut, 2008’s “To Serve With Love,” will have to wait a little longer.

He’s having a release party next week at the Gramophone for his latest effort, “The Sweetest Revenge,” but he clarifies that it’s not a solo album.

“It’s a collaborative effort, a long time (in the making) collaboration between me and DJ Crucial,” says Spade, part of the St. Louis rap collective known as the Force.

For “The Sweetest Revenge,” a two-record vinyl release that includes a regular album and an EP, Spade collaborated with DJ-producer Crucial, co-owner of F5 Records. It was a big step for Black Spade, very much a producer in his own right. He’s not used to rapping over someone else’s beats.

“I always wanted to get a certain sound and couldn’t get it from people, so I learned how to make my own beats,” he says.

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