Destined to set the music industry on fire, Stephie Lecor, Jase, and City Boi make up Poe Boy Music Group’s International pop sensation, Kulture Shock.
Fresh from Miami, these three young artists are putting their creative styles and musical talents together in a unique way that complements each other’s energy.
Before joining forces to become a trio, original members Jase and City focused their efforts on song writing, and collaborating with various artists. After successfully landing a track entitled “Story of my life” with Interscope Record’s newly signed rapper Billy Blue ft. Akon, Jase and City were on a rise to stardom. Other songwriting credits included “Married to the Streets” by French Montana ft. Akon, and “Test Drive” by Atlantic Records recording artist, Pleasure P.
In 2009 Jase and City teamed up with solo artist, Stephie Lecor- a Miami native who had just wrapped the Van Halen nationwide tour as a backup singer for KyMani Marley. This songstress would be the missing piece to the group in the eyes of Poe Boy Music Group’s President, Big Chuck.
Kulture Shock has been taking Miami by storm over the past few years while developing their sound and performing at major events across Florida. They have performed on the NBC Today Show, the NBC Good Morning South Florida. Since their performances aired on NBC, Kulture Shock has continued to delight fans at various music festivals, charity events, nightclubs, and fashion shows. This animated trio has performed alongside artists such as Flo Rida; and has opened for acts such as Pitbull. Travie McCoy, New Boyz, Mia Martina, Jeremiah, Sean Kingston, Waka Flocka and many more.
As collective songwriters, Kulture Shock enjoys making *fun music. “We want people to feel the need to have a good time and just dance their problems away.”
Influenced by a wide spectrum of artists, such as *Bob Sinclair, Kayne West, and Etta James, the trio enjoys all genres of music including Rock, Pop, Rap, R&B, and Country.
“If Pop/Dance/Hip Hop and RnB had a baby it would be Kulture Shock.” says the group.
Inspired by everyday life, Kulture Shock describes music as an “emotion/feeling.”
“It’s a rewarding feeling to see your efforts and emotions come out sounding so insane. Honestly you feel like a proud parent; because you watch this child grow from lyrics to a melody to a complete song that people love and relate to,” explains Kulture Shock.
The group recently inked a joint venture deal with France based record label Artop/Universal. And, with their recent visit to Morocco to prepare for the release of their new hit single “Rock Steady”, Kulture Shock is about to take the music industry by storm.
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