For 25 years Stevie Culture has been livening up the people both on stage and in the studio. Now a well seasoned musician and artist, he began his career in his home country, Jamaica.
Born of Rastafarian parents, raised in the hills of Westmoreland by his singin Granny, Stevie Culture lived in a world of Music. "Growing up, we always had Music around," he says. "Whether it's the neighbor's radio, or Granny voice out, Music a gwaan."
Along with the Music came FUN! Stevie Culture would stop at nothing to full joy the Music moments happening around him. Soon he began singing the tunes and making his own. One night at a party Stevie Culture picked up a mic for the first time. "The people dem, loved every minute of mi tune." Soon after that night he was asked to come to the studio where Stevie Culture was mentored by many artists and musicians.
Well known for his Positive attitude, good quality and never ending style Stevie Culture earned his first break as a backing vocalist for the late, but reggae Great, Dennis Brown. Then later, for Alton Ellis. He quickly found himself growing in popularity and requests to perform.
In 1996 Stevie Culture was offered the opportunity to combine two of his Musical talents as the lead singer and drummer for the top backing band, The S.A.N.E. Band. With The S.A.N.E. Band he experienced a new level of touring and performing, which he learned he loved!
From The S.A.N.E Band to Capelton and the Prophecy Band, Stevie Culture gave off lively energy all over the globe. Landing gigs from Europe to Japan and all throughout North America he gained many fans. These fans all agree, "Stevie Culture is a must in Reggae," and they "Love his Positive Vibes!"
Since then Stevie Culture has released two albums; Top Class and Conscious Step. He also can be found featured on many tunes and albums throughout multiple genres. He says, "This gives the most opportunity to spread the message to HOL' A JOY, always make a CONSCIOUS STEP and to always move forward, neva back."