October 13, 2021

Meet S.Touze

S.Touze is a Providence, Rhode Island native- who currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in Providence has allowed S.Touze to experience different and unique situations which all helped contribute to his artistry; from challenges such as being a Haitian immigrant, and a high school dropout and a street gang affiliate to being a collegiate basketball star and graduate.Though he always had a musical background at a young age from his experiences in being in the church choir and playing the drums, S.Touze’s musical career sparked after being involved with a popular hit single “Boulevard”- which initially started as a joke; but officially started off with his first single “Two Lives” in 2019.

Tell me about your new music video "To my latina" it was really creative. Who produced the track, and who's featured on it, and how did you come up with the concept for the video?

“To My Latina” was co-produced by PresCEO, Manny X and I. PresCEO and Manny X were also featured on the song including Jamez Martin and Z100Wave.I came up with the concept and the creative direction for the song as we were in the studio recording the record. All I kept envisioning was a multitude of culture, a lot of colors and capturing it all through dance, laughter and joy. All in all, I knew I couldn't complete this vision if I didn't shoot many of the scenes in a tropical environment- hence, why we shot half of the video in different locations in Miami such as Lil Havana, Little Haiti and Wynwood.

Will there be an album dropping soon and will there be any local features on it?

I will eventually drop an album but I’m going to drop an EP first which will be released in 2022. As of right now I've collaborated and been working with a few local artists and I’m very open and planning to work with many more; but thus far, amazing artist/singer Elite the Phoenix is featured on the EP.

When creating music what are some of things that inspire you and sound?

When creating music, some of the things that inspire me and my sound starts with my family and also artists who I admire. As a toddler my father introduced me to music of various genres from vintage Haitian music to gospel country and all the way to funk. My father inspires me because he not only found a way to make it from nothing to something in America with my mother and baby S.Touze, but he used music as a tool to remain positive- which I later adopted which I hope my son does the same.

What are some of the goals you would you like to reach in your musical career in the next 5 years?

Some goals I would like to reach in 5 years, is to work with some of the artists I’m inspired by and to grow a fan base worldwide. With the success I want to help my country- which is Haiti, and many urban communities in need.

Is there anyone you look up too in the music industry? what would you like to say to them?

I’m inspired by and look up to many great artists such as Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Camron, Common Sense, Will.i.am, Wyclef, Pharrell Williams & Kanye West. I just want to let them know that they all play a significant role in my life and drive me to continue to believe in myself and to never give up.

Whats next for you and how can my Remi TV audience further follow you and your work?

I plan on dropping a lot of content from music, to videos to fashion inspo. My work can be found on almost all major platforms.Follow my journey and connect with me through all of the following links below. YOU CAN ALSO FIND S.TOUZE ON:Instagram| https://www.instagram.com/s.touze/Twitter | https://twitter.com/stouzeofficialYouTube | https://youtube.com/c/stouzeFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/officialstouze/S.Touze Music Platforms | https://linktr.ee/s.touzehttps://www.stouze.com/


October 13, 2021

Meet S.Touze

S.Touze is a Providence, Rhode Island native- who currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in Providence has allowed S.Touze to experience different and unique situations which all helped contribute to his artistry; from challenges such as being a Haitian immigrant, and a high school dropout and a street gang affiliate to being a collegiate basketball star and graduate.Though he always had a musical background at a young age from his experiences in being in the church choir and playing the drums, S.Touze’s musical career sparked after being involved with a popular hit single “Boulevard”- which initially started as a joke; but officially started off with his first single “Two Lives” in 2019.

Tell me about your new music video "To my latina" it was really creative. Who produced the track, and who's featured on it, and how did you come up with the concept for the video?

“To My Latina” was co-produced by PresCEO, Manny X and I. PresCEO and Manny X were also featured on the song including Jamez Martin and Z100Wave.I came up with the concept and the creative direction for the song as we were in the studio recording the record. All I kept envisioning was a multitude of culture, a lot of colors and capturing it all through dance, laughter and joy. All in all, I knew I couldn't complete this vision if I didn't shoot many of the scenes in a tropical environment- hence, why we shot half of the video in different locations in Miami such as Lil Havana, Little Haiti and Wynwood.

Will there be an album dropping soon and will there be any local features on it?

I will eventually drop an album but I’m going to drop an EP first which will be released in 2022. As of right now I've collaborated and been working with a few local artists and I’m very open and planning to work with many more; but thus far, amazing artist/singer Elite the Phoenix is featured on the EP.

When creating music what are some of things that inspire you and sound?

When creating music, some of the things that inspire me and my sound starts with my family and also artists who I admire. As a toddler my father introduced me to music of various genres from vintage Haitian music to gospel country and all the way to funk. My father inspires me because he not only found a way to make it from nothing to something in America with my mother and baby S.Touze, but he used music as a tool to remain positive- which I later adopted which I hope my son does the same.

What are some of the goals you would you like to reach in your musical career in the next 5 years?

Some goals I would like to reach in 5 years, is to work with some of the artists I’m inspired by and to grow a fan base worldwide. With the success I want to help my country- which is Haiti, and many urban communities in need.

Is there anyone you look up too in the music industry? what would you like to say to them?

I’m inspired by and look up to many great artists such as Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Camron, Common Sense, Will.i.am, Wyclef, Pharrell Williams & Kanye West. I just want to let them know that they all play a significant role in my life and drive me to continue to believe in myself and to never give up.

Whats next for you and how can my Remi TV audience further follow you and your work?

I plan on dropping a lot of content from music, to videos to fashion inspo. My work can be found on almost all major platforms.Follow my journey and connect with me through all of the following links below. YOU CAN ALSO FIND S.TOUZE ON:Instagram| https://www.instagram.com/s.touze/Twitter | https://twitter.com/stouzeofficialYouTube | https://youtube.com/c/stouzeFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/officialstouze/S.Touze Music Platforms | https://linktr.ee/s.touzehttps://www.stouze.com/


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