STEWE (/stooē/)

 

Artist, songwriter, actor, entrepreneur and host Stewe (/stooē/), has stepped into the spotlight as one of the youngest talents hailing from the Motor City. Starting out at 16, Stewe brought together a group of unique individuals from across Metro Detroit to create the ViceTeam brand. The collective has thrown and filled to capacity nearly 100 star-studded events at the hottest venues.

 

Gaining a massive social platform following, trendsetter Stewe began working with Control Detroit hosting interviews with celebrities such as Trey Songz, Teyana Taylor, and many more. As a live personality, he is often booked for motivational speaking, anti-violence tours, and concerts, working the likes of B.O.B. and Big Sean. While progressing his career, the charismatic host discovered his true passion for being on stage.

 

Stewe’s love for entertaining is organic, he has always been musically inclined and learned to play five instruments including percussion and piano, early on. His creative talents and ability to perform and write his own music which led to the release of the popular single “Let’s Be Honest” ft. Icewear Vezzo which garnered spins on local and satellite radio stations.

 

In addition to recording original music and hosting, acting is also one of Stewe’s many hobbies, he stared in Detroit based films “Corner Store” and Mula Films’ “Buffed Up” movie.

 

Currently, Stewe is an active on-air personality for Radio One’s Hot 107.5. Earlier this year Stewe was honored with The Spirit of Detroit Award for his notable philanthropy and positive impact on the city. He also performed on Tee Grizzley and Young Jeezy’s 30-city Cold Summer Tour. Click to check out Stewe SWAG Surfin with T Grizzley!

 

He just released a new EP Love Me, Love Me Not which is now available for purchase on all digital platforms.  Love Me, Love Me Not is led by a power single called “Last Forever” that really taps into a possessiveness and obsession that can result in a fatal outcome. The visual for the track shot and directed by Marty Mcfly, most certainly give folks something to think about.

Love Me,

Love Me Not.. .