The King of Freestyle is Back to Toronto

The King is bringing back Freestyle Friday! Live performance by Stevie B and his entire band, featuring Euro Legends La Bouche, Shannon, Joee, Charvoni of Black Box, Emjay, and more! Hosted by Tony Monaco and Z103.5! The historic Downsview Park on June 23rd!

On Friday, June 23, at Toronto’s storied Downsview Park, Tony Monaco and Z1035 inviting all Freestyle Fans to join them for an exhilarating night of vintage EURO and FREESTYLE.

The Supreme Freestyler Shannon returns to lead an incredible Festival with STEVIE B (Spring Love, Dreaming Of Love, Dream About You, Funky Melody, If You Still Love Me, Party Your Body). (Play Some Music, Give Me Tonight, and Do You Want to Leave?) (Be My Lover, Sweet Dreams, I Love To Love, Falling In Love) La Bouche (Ride On Time, Strike It Up, Everybody Everybody) Charvoni from Black Box Joée (Died In Your Arms, Angel, Feel It In The Air) Emjay (In Your Arms, Fascinated, Flying to the Moon).

Tickets for the event are almost SOLD OUT and everyone who still want to see EURO Dance stars and King of Freestyle should buy a ticket as long as they are available. Tickets can be purchased at following site.

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In the realm of freestyle music, one name stands out as a true pioneer and a legendary figure – Stevie B. With his smooth vocals, catchy melodies, and electrifying stage presence, Stevie B has earned the title of the King of Freestyle. In this article, we delve into the remarkable career of Stevie B, exploring his impact on the freestyle genre and his enduring influence on music.

Emerging in the 1980s, freestyle music captivated audiences with its fusion of electronic beats, catchy hooks, and heartfelt lyrics. Originating in urban communities, particularly in New York City and Miami, freestyle quickly gained popularity across the United States and beyond. Stevie B played a pivotal role in the genre’s rise to prominence, leaving an indelible mark on its history.

Born Steven Bernard Hill in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Stevie B began his musical journey at a young age. He honed his skills as a singer and songwriter, and in the mid-1980s, he released his breakthrough hit, “Party Your Body.” The infectious energy of the song, coupled with Stevie B’s soulful vocals, propelled him into the limelight, establishing him as a prominent figure in the freestyle music scene.

Stevie B’s subsequent releases, including chart-toppers like “Spring Love” and “Because I Love You (The Postman Song),” solidified his status as a superstar. These songs showcased his ability to blend romantic ballads with upbeat, dancefloor-friendly tracks, resonating with listeners across various musical preferences.

Despite the evolution of music over the years, Stevie B’s music remains relevant and continues to resonate with audiences worldwide. His classic hits are staples on radio stations, playlists, and dancefloors, evoking a sense of nostalgia while still captivating new listeners.

Stevie B’s live performances are a testament to his enduring talent and showmanship. Known for his dynamic stage presence and captivating energy, he continues to thrill audiences with his soulful voice and captivating performances. His concerts serve as a celebration of freestyle music, uniting fans and reminding them of the genre’s lasting impact.

Stevie B’s contributions to the freestyle genre have solidified his position as the King of Freestyle. Through his unique blend of soulful vocals, heartfelt lyrics, and infectious rhythms, he carved a path for the genre’s success and influenced generations of artists. Stevie B’s music remains a beloved soundtrack of love, joy, and self-expression, keeping the spirit of freestyle alive. As the reigning king, Stevie B’s legacy continues to inspire and captivate music lovers around the world.

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