new untouchables

21st century modernist & sixties underground music culture

By age 7, Washington D.C. Native Stee landed an opportunity to be cast in a small T.V. show titled "Creative Clubhouse" which opened him up to the arts. Stee continued to nurture his talent with writing, recording and by the age of 15, he found himself opening for Lloyd in support of his debut album "Southside". From this jump start came Stee sharing the stage with major heavyweights and launching an independent career in music.
"Stee's "Teach Me How to Love You" tells the story of woman who's stuck in her past relationship, hindering her current great one."

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