Dancehall artiste Stacious has all it takes to achieve success at the highest level in the music industry. Drawing inspiration from her musical mentors Bounty Killer, Lady Saw and American rapper 50 Cent, the singjay possess the ability to switch lanes between reggae/dancehall with comfort and her live performance skills are just as impressive.
Stacious got her break in the music industry in 2004 under the management of Computer Paul before moving on to DocMac Entertainment in 2006 which included , working with Mavado among the Gully and Alliance camps. During the learning experience, the singjay/deejay mastered the art of performing as well as delivery and was later given the moniker the ‘gangstress’ due to her lyrical prowess and hardcore style of delivery.
Despite her hardcore delivery, the artiste has managed to strike a balance between music for mature audiences and corporate yet commercial settings. She is therefore one of the few Jamaican artistes whom has worked with all facets of the Jamaican music industry without unwanted complications. She has therefore performed at hardcore dancehall events like Sting as well as family oriented events like Reggae Sumfest just to name a few.
Easily recognized for her curvaceous figure and warm smile, Stacious raised eyebrows with singles like Gangasta Big Up, Falling Down ,Goodas Clap and her collaboration with Grammy award winners dancehall artiste Sean Paul song titled Dream and later with Gramps Morgan of Morgans Heritage, song titled Found Love.
She has been recognized by various entities for her work, at the EME Awards and The Portmore Awards respectively in the category of Best New Artiste.
However the song which cemented her name into every household that plays dancehall/reggae music was the effort Come Into My Room. The song which features Mavado was released in 2010 and charted in several countries globally, in the process exposing Stacious to the international market. She recently collaborated with US based Cash Money/Rich gang artiste Reek-Da-Villian on his album, song titled Best Friend.
She has worked with various producers from the U.S, Switzerland , Germany (in which she topped charts) , Africa among other places. While in Jamaica she has loaned her talents to notable producers like Steelie and Cleeive, John John, Payday Music, Sno Cone and Big Ship Records just to name a few.