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Music is David Spearman’s Crutch, a Beautiful Coping Mechanism 

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Have you ever felt such intense passion for something that it baffled most people around you? That something could mean the world to you. If given a choice, you would dedicate your entire life to it in a heartbeat. To The Last Fight hitmaker David Spearman, that something is music. And his “something” is winning him global recognition. 

What started as a way to channel energy went on to become a global phenomenon. Much to the surprise of the talented artist, his deeply personal music found adulation from thousands. Fans of David Spearman appreciate the raw emotions he brings to his art, which resonate with them deeply. “He just gets me. He knows me better than me,” said one self-proclaimed biggest David Spearman fan. 

At his most vulnerable, David Spearman feels the most creative. Unguardedness goes hand-in-hand with putting out hits like The Last Fight. More than anything, music is David Spearman’s crutch, a beautiful coping mechanism. But not everyone who wants to create good music, can create good music. 

When passion meets talent, a legend is born. What better example for that than David Spearman? A true prodigy, he doesn’t follow trends – he sets them. 

Critics were initially apprehensive of the artist. A panel of reputed names in the industry dismissed the artist when promotions began. But all that quickly turned around. The only thing needed to sway them was one listen of David Spearman’s debut hit. And then the musician was truly unstoppable. 

Even with all the fame, the artist and his art remain as intrinsic as ever. 

“I have never created music for just making profits. Music is my life. And creating music from the heart is as cathartic to me as listening to it is cathartic to my fans. We make a dream pair, my fans and me. And I will be forever grateful to them for giving me this big a voice,” says hitmaker David Spearman. 

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