Alexander Manzano, known by the stage name Alexander Spit, is a Los Angeles-based rapper and producer. He released his commercial debut full-length on January 29, 2013 on Decon Records.
Spit grew up in the Bay Area to a Filipino mother and San Francisco-raised father. Spit's first foray into rap music was with a group called The Instant Messengers. At 21, Spit went solo and released his first album Open 24 Hours when he turned 23. The album, as well as his subsequent project Until Next Summer (2010), were released through local streetwear company The Hundreds. After the success of his instrumental tape, Mansions, which landed on Complex Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 2012 (So Far)", Spit began work on his commercial debut. The album was called A Breathtaking Trip To That Otherside and was inspired by his move to Los Angeles and hallucinogenic drugs. It was released on Decon Records in January 2013 and featured E-40, The Alchemist and Action Bronson.
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