New York recording artist Stvsh (Stay True and Stay Humble) dropped new visuals yesterday for his Judah Hex-produced single, “Ramen.” The song features NYC trio Gangtivity (Fleego, Bamvito, and Mitch) and the video was directed by SeanPerryFilms.
“Ramen” made its debut back in Oct. 30 and created a buzz throughout the Eastern region where Stvsh and Gangtivity performed the single throughout various venues in New York, New Jersey, Georgia and Florida.
The new video is the first from Stvsh since working with David Janoff on “Raise Up” in 2018.
“Watch the men celebrate pre-manifested life luxuries that are upon them with close friends, beautiful women, champagne and of course, RAMEN!”
Stvsh is a New York artist of rare calibre. The 23-year-old has a sound that pushes boundaries and a flow that can carry every song he breathes on. His music is inclusive, energetic and thought-provoking as he speaks his truth and those of his surroundings.
In 2018, he released seven singles that hit over 200K streams on Spotify including features with Jay Critch, Kirk Knight, Gangtivity and more.
“I had a pocket full of money I just made earlier that morning and could’ve bought a decent meal but I was still craving Ramen noodles. Pretty much, the song just represents me staying true to who I am. No dollar amount can replace what I been through and the struggles I faced. So, no matter how successful I become, I will always remain humble.” – Stvsh on EARMILK
As Stvsh continues to evolve, so does the demand for his energy on sold out stages like Pre-Rolling Loud in Miami with Flipp Dinero and opening for Juice Wrld, SOBs, Pre-A3C in Atlanta, Wellmont Theatre, The Knockdown Center, The NEW MVMNT Space, Baby’s Alright, Esther and Carol + more. Even freestyling in Sprite’s #GetVocal campaign viewed by over a million during the BET Hip Hop Awards.
Stvsh is evolving into one of New York’s greatest entertainers and pulling Brooklyn up with him.