Stuey Rock Biography
Last updated: 03/14/2013 06:58:49 PM
Rock was born and raised in a middle class neighborhood in St. Louis, Missouri. Growing up, he has always had an interest in music but his main hobbies were mostly sports. As Rock got older, his love for music continued to grow and he eventually acquired a skill for Dj’ing. Although Rock listened to and appreciated legendary Hip Hop artists such as Biggie Smalls and Tupac, he had a very eclectic ear for music. Aside from Hip Hop, he also liked to listen to artists such as Linkin Park, Green Day, Good Charlotte and Gym Class Heroes. Rock’s diverse music preferences play a major factor in his very different and creative musical style.
As time passed on, more opportunities became available for Rock such as being signed to Def Jam by Kevin Liles for a year. As a person who's no stranger to being versatile in the entertainment industry, Rock creates his music to inspire his fans while also making hits that they can vibe to in the club. With the support of friends, family, and other recording artist like Nelly and Chingy, Stuey Rock uses his artistry as an outlet to produce great music the way he knows best, from the heart. Not afraid to go against the grain, Rock allows his life to dictate his music instead of what everyone else expects him to do.
In addition to his independent success, Rock also had a hand in creating the independent label Proof Entertainment, with the intention to take his music to the next level and beyond. With hit makers Stuey Rock, Young Chu and producer Honorable C.N.O.T.E on deck, you can expect more club bangers from Proof Entertainment! Rock has already seen much success in his career with his popular track "Nympho Maniac" ft. Rob Fetti and his single "Baby Baby" produced by DJ Montay.
Rock has recently released his mix tape “In The Building” which can be heard at www.StueyRock.com featuring artists such as Roscoe Dash (All the Way Turnt Up) and C.P Sule. Rock is also featured on the heavily rotated radio single Lil Scrappy’s “She Bad.”