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A Journey thru music with songwriter Stephfon on new music

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Stephfon is far from new to the music industry. Originally from Pasadena, California from a musically inclined family, Stephfon began singing at eight. Growing up in church watching his mother perform as a professional singer and dancer; he gradually being introduced to the Hollywood scene. Stephfon has his own unique style from crooning to his special tag after every verse. 

As a young artist, Stephfon was influenced by music from Usher, Ne-Yo, Stevie Wonder, Tank, and Black Street. Wanting to create his own sound, Stephfon started writing his own songs at the age of thirteen naming his first song “Not Quite a Man”. Throughout his early teenage years, Stephfon performed in local talent shows catching the eyes of producers and record label executives across the country. He was introduced to Track Boyz producer Joe Capo, who produced his first single “It’s True,” which received significant support from local radio stations.

Motivated by his achievements, Stephfon set a clear path to increasing his exposure, entering national talent showcases sponsored by Ne Yo, Janet Jackson, and Diddy at the age of eighteen. 

In 2010, Stephfon moved to Charlotte, NC where he continued to work with producers to create his signature sound. Stephfon’s big break came in 2011 when meeting Baton Rouge native and former Radio Director, Chris Clay. He was selected from thousands of artists in North and South Carolina areas to participate in “The pride of The Carolinas” project. The Pride of The Carolinas featured Stephfon’s nationally released single, “That Guy.” Which debuted in February 2012. Leading him to sign with Platinum Vybe Recordings, who produced his first album entitled “Rhythm & Me.” Also being featured on HBO Documentary Interracial Dating in America: “Going Deeper” soundtrack, produced by Platinum Vybe Films. 


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