“I think it’s my personality and my performances, that set me apart. I’m not just a dancer, I bring a different type of feel to my performances and music. There’s depth to the music I write about, like [there] was back in the ’70s and ’80s,” he says.
His grandmother helped him discover his love for music and singing.
Despite not being signed to a major label, he’s managed to appear onstage with outstanding talents such as Brian McKnight, the legendary Dougie Fresh, Ginuwine and Amerie.
Fans can expect more to come from this young star, as he gears up for his summer tour.
“My dream is to become a legend in my own right as a musician. I not only want the world to listen to my music, but to feel my stories and relate to them as well. I want to bring something to my community and other communities. I want to make a difference in the music industry and bring back substance to song writing,” says Jstavo. –christian johnson
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