Josh Stevens is A Grammy Nominated Producer, Artist, DJ, Multi-Platinum selling, Billboard Award Nominated Songwriter and Engineer. Josh is currently on the path to introduce his own artistry combining stand alone genres such as hip hop, indie, rock, electro and soul to create Stadium Music an intoxicating sound for all ears.
Born in Los Angeles, CA, Josh formed his love affair with all genres of music at a very young age. Soon realizing it was more than just a hobby but his only way of life, he began buying books to learn how to build his own studio. By age 15, Josh created self-built studios wherever he could around the house, from the walk-in closet to acoustics in his room - he was writing and recording original tracks everywhere.
Josh learned early on to just be available and never say no to an opportunity. His daily schedule consists of back-to-back writing and/or recording sessions, visiting 2-3 Hollywood studios per day. His genuine interest and dedication to the craft is infectious and his corner of champions is constantly growing. Josh has worked on an array of projects such as LMFAOs Sorry for Party Rocking, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifas "I Get Lifted" as well as working with artist such John Mayer, The Game, Pitbull, Lil Jon, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, Goon Rock, Will IAM, Warren G, Calvin Harris, Nate Dogg, for more info on credits click the link.
In 2011, Josh went on to tour with LMFAO visiting countless countries in Asia, Europe, South America, Central America, Canada and the U.S. Always showing a genuine interest and never afraid to bring his talents to center stage, Josh was initially brought on as the studio and live engineer but soon became an artist/producer and DJ for Sky Blus Big Bad University.
Today, Josh is one of Sky Blu's personal producer/writer as well as an artist on his Big Bad University. On his EP set to release in Summer 2012, the lyrical content will not be your everyday commercial tune. Combining his first love of rapping with his mature love of singing, Josh is building a personal connection by simply being Josh and extending an open and honest line to fans as he tackles lifes everyday situations through music. When asked where he saw himself in five years, Josh replied, Sitting in my private recording studio looking at a shelf full of Grammys and knowing what I do touches peoples lives.