Posted On September 23, 2012 By In News With 75 Views

Stephen Souza's "Sounds Explosion" #1 On New York's TOCH FM!

Stephen Souza’s latest single release, “Sounds Explosion” reached #1 on New York’s 105.5 TOCH FM, and continues to gain sales on iTunes!

Released in July, 2012 to select DJ’s on the United States east coast, Stephen’s song was given to TOCH FM’s Tony Touch who played the track initially for feedback from his listening audience. Not long after the introduction, Stephen’s song became one of the most requested songs which led to charting on the stations popular top 10 chart. Consistently earning votes, Stephen’s song became #1.

“I am really excited to know that listeners like the song and have voted it #1. My goal now is to keep giving listeners good music” said Stephen upon hearing the news. No stranger to charts, Stephen’s song also reached #1 on Rico Vibes New Music Tuesday’s Reggae charts, which is widely regarded in the Atlanta market.

Since the release of “Sounds Explosion” Stephen performed at the Breezy Point Yacht Club alongside Road International, and will be performing at Mingles Café on October 28th.

Media can download Stephen Souza’s “Sounds Explosion” at these links: http://www.mediafire.com/?q8twzdo9iltf505 – OR – https://www.box.com/s/4a8b6fcb9ff4e471c5dd

The single is also available on iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/album/sounds-explosion-single/id541031383?l=ja&v0=9988&ign-mpt=uo%3D1

Upcoming! Stephen Souza will be releasing new singles in the next few months and will be performing at various shows! You can stay up to date with Stephen via http://www.reverbnation.com/stephensouza and on Twitter @StephenSouzanyc.

About Stephen Souza:

Born in England, many Reggae enthusiasts agree that Stephen was born into Lover’s Rock. This thought is solidified with the fact that The Reggae Gentleman was raised in Manchester, Jamaica where he began his musical career with his high school band Phase II.

Moving to the United States to pursue his degree, the Reggae stars vocal skills added to Danny Dreads song “Respect Due,” and stage performances were shared with Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, Freddie McGregor, Beenie Man, Sean Paul and more.

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