“When I was knee high to a grasshopper my mother used to play an album called Another Mutha Further by a band called Mother’s Finest. The funk-rock grooves they laid down – Baby Love, Piece of the Rock – stuck with me all through school and college long after most had forgotten them. It never crossed my mind their style would inspire a new group over 30 years after that album’s release but color me impressed. Roaring out of San Francisco comes Stiletto Ghetto, a band that defies labels. No scratch that. They’re a band that dares you to hang a label on them. Funk, rock, metal, R&B, disco, they have it covered.”
“Stiletto Ghetto's premiere gravitational pull is reliant on two major contributive factors, none of which you could substitute with anything else: the group combines crafty, massively hook-driven songwriting with punchy female lead singing that truly reigns in the uppermost echelons, and could only be compared to the most powerful lady throats of all times. As far as mere sonic punching power is concerned, Anne Wilson comes to mind, and one could hardly offer a more avid-, YET serious compliment/comparison.”
“The first question I asked myself after listening to Stiletto Ghetto, is why this is not yet a headlining superstar act in America is beyond me? The obvious thing that strikes you immediately is the vocal quality of this project. The female voice is so unique, so above and beyond the average singers out there that it’s a real shame more people don’t know about this amazing band.”
"San Francisco is a melting pot of people, cultures and music so it comes as no surprise that the band Stiletto Ghetto is a reflection of that eclectic city. They combine rock, funk and soul to make their own unique brand of fiery sounds that it so loud, funky and irresistible it would make the most casual listener stand up and take notice. It was not hard choosing them as our featured artist."
"Stiletto Ghetto will capture you from the start and together they drench you with a sound of funk, infused with maybe a bit of rock and blues, that is theirs alone and of which you want to be a part of."
“I remember long drives with my father, who always tapped (off beat of course) to the radio, blasting classic rock songs of the past. It is always a sign of good things when a band can resurrect old memories in just the first ten seconds of a song…"”