Steele Tag

Posted On February 2, 2015By altonIn News

Steele nominated for 2015 Canadian Juno Awards

Steele nominated for 2015 Canadian Juno Awards Reggae artiste Steele has been nominated in the Best Reggae Recording category for the 2015 Canadian JUNO awards for his single Hold On Till I Die. Commenting on his song making the cut Steele expressed gratitude for being recognized by his peers for the work he has been doing. “The JUNO is the most recognized music award in Canada so that’s huge. While it’s quite humbling to receive this, it’s also very important for me to remain grounded and focused, always remembering thatRead More

Posted On July 5, 2014By altonIn Competitions, Music Reviews, Music-News Radio

Press Release

Canadian reggae singer Steele for Toronto’s Pan Am and Parapan Am Games countdown celebration Next year Toronto will be the host city of the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games. This will, make it the third time Canada has had the honour of hosting them – they did previously in 1967 and 1999 both times in Winnipeg, Manitoba. As a part of the countdown celebrations leading to the big games there will be a series of activities and on Thursday, July 10 Jamaican artiste Steele who now resides in CanadaRead More

Posted On October 6, 2013By altonIn Music Reviews, Music-News Radio, News

Another Award for Steele

International reggae singer Steele has chalked up yet another award this time its for Top Male Reggae Performer for 2012-2013 courtesy of the Uprising Music Entertainment Productions Youth In Progress Talent Awards. The award ceremony took place at the Comfort Inn Hotel, Rexdale Boulevard on September 22 and for Steele is a good feeling to be acknowledged for his God-given talent. I’m always grateful for the love and support I receive and never do I take it for granted. Once again I thank the fans and all media for stickingRead More
Reggae artiste Steele is a man on a mission. Unlike some others artists who have thrown in the towel where Canada is concerned as a viable reggae market Steel remains steadfast in his belief that Canada is a viable market for its local artist. The man referred to as the Canadian Reggae Sensation says he’s proof that this is possible. “First you must define what success means to you as an artist and furthermore as an individual,” says Steele. “I’ve always pride myself on being a leader, if it meansRead More
It was deja vous at this year’s staging of Steele’s birthday gala as many had to be turned away from a jam-packed Jamaica Canadian Center in Toronto. With a colder than usual weather in the city, that didn’t prove to be a deterrent to the many who braved the cold to give their support to one of their own, turning out in their numbers to the JCA to celebrate with Steele. The lines were long, but the atmosphere on the inside instantly warmed you. Steele’s team went overboard to ensureRead More

Posted On February 7, 2013By altonIn News

Steele Set To Headline Bob Marley Birthday Bash.

The month of February holds significance for several reasons, for one it’s the month dedicated to black history, and secondly it’s the birth month of Reggae’s greatest star Bob Marley, born Robert Nesta Marley. Many events are usually planned around these times, and one such event will be held in Vancouver, Canada on Saturday February 9th 2013. Prominent radio host George Barrett will once again present his annual Bob Marley Birthday Day Bash. This year will be the 26th installment, and Canada’s most prolific reggae artist Steele will headline. Steele’sRead More

Posted On December 11, 2012By altonIn News

Steele Goes Gospel

Canada- based reggae artiste Steele has decided to get in touch with his spiritual side with a single entitled The Devil Caa Stop Wi. The jazzy, infectious track shows a new side to the artiste who has delivered songs such as She Believes In Me, Let’s Stay Together and Decisions. Commenting on the song Steele says he has always believed in spirituality and he did the song to encourage those who may be going through turbulent times reminding them not to let evil win out. “Personally I have faced someRead More