Today we’d like to introduce you to Stefon Eustache.
Stefon, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I’ve enjoyed music from the moment I was born and always had a passion for songwriting and singing, but as life went on I thought this crazy dream I’m now chasing in my mid twenties was just that a dream. When I got to college at Stephen F. Austin State University, I just met so many talented and creative people, specifically my friend Bryce Rutledge who is the friend who pushed to pursue singing because he would come over and start playing his bass. I would start writing, singing, and rapping. We even went on to create my first five song project. Now I’m collaborating with another friend who happens to be a producer by the name of Slayah and I am releasing my new song, “She loves me not,” a song and story about a guy who falls for a girl that doesn’t love him back.
Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
The journey has been quite difficult. I’m a regular adult with a 9-5 job to pay the bills, so everything music wise has been when I should be resting, but it is my passion and I’m willing to give up a few hours of sleep to hopefully one day sing songs I wrote in front of large crowds. Another thing I’m working on is confidence because I know I’m not the best singer and I’ve never been vocally trained, so I’ve been practicing and watching videos daily on proper technique.
Please tell us about your music.
I’m a team of one with amazingly talented friends who have been more than resourceful in my journey with music. I also would say what sets me apart is I want to make music that moves there heart, not necessarily there hands and feet and I’m okay with if my songs are slower or sadder than most, but they tell a story.
Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
My favorite childhood memory is when I went to Universal Studios in Florida and rode my very first roller coaster, “The Hulk,” which I’m not sure is even still there, to be honest.
- Email: Sadboybluerecords@gmail.com
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