Stevie Thunda
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Stevie Thunda


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"Ordinary White Guy"
"Write on Track"

"Fuck Yo' Couch!"
"Emerging" (single)

Appearances on;
Kenny Ali "Fight Music"
Throwback "Smokin Loudly" (single)
Lethal FX "8Track"
Ky'Lyntae "Pen Rose"

Video Appearances:
Ky'Lyntae "Prince of the City" (7,000+ hits)



In the early begins of his music having, big dreams in a small city wouldn't be enough. Stevie Thunda knew that to make it in hip-hip he had to would have to cut lines... and cross them. In an industry where a white MC needs to stand out... he shined. From his first mixtape "Ordinary White Guy" he began earning recognition as an artist in the city of Youngstown shortly there after releasing his first full length album "Write on Track", both in the same year. From there everything seemed to speed up. Local venues and radio stations like Barley's, Lemon Grove, and 101.9 (home jamz) began to show large interest in his potential. By the time he was 23 he began looking outward to bring his own to twist to the collaboration between the rap and rock worlds, releasing hard hitting track's such as "Emerging" and "Rockstar". It was easy to see that not only Thunda, but the rest of the collaborating parts, all realized the oppurtunity to do greater things.From here he released his second mixtape "Fuck Yo' Couch!", which quickly spread like a virus through the Youngstown music scene providing him with many oppurtunities such as opening for numerous national recording artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Yelawolf, and Machine Gun Kelly. With a second album in the works Stevie Thunda, now 27, in his prime and fully confident in his passion and with the support of his band, crew, and family knows that not even Youngstown can stop his big dreams.