Hayward, California Gangsta Rap emcee Spice 1 scored a Top 25 debut in November of 1994 when he released his third album AmeriKKKa's Nightmare on Jive Records. The release featured Tupac, Method Man and bass-heavy production from The Dangerous Crew's Ant Banks.
In a new interview with the Bee Shine, Spice revealed plans to revamp his bad-dream formula with an upcoming follow-up album, Hater's Nightmare. "You know we did AmeriKKKa's Nightmare; now we doin' Hater's Nightmare." He continued, "It's a nightmare for niggas all over the world that's hatin'." Talking specifics, the onetime Too Short protege added, "I've been workin' with Mack 10, all of the [members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony], I got somethin' for [MC] Eiht on the album." Spice and Eiht released two full-length collaborations in 2004's The Pioneers and 2006's Keep It Gangsta. Also noting that he hoped to secure appearances from Short and E-40, Spice believed fans will connect well with this effort. "Y'all gonna love that. I ain't gonna have nothin' on there but hitters."
On 2005, Spice released his last studio album, The Truth. Earlier this year, he released a video to "Ghetto Star."
The interview is below:
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