Stush is a British-born performing artist and Songwriter from South London. Born of West-Indian parents, Stush’s music is heavily influenced by Reggae and Dancehall. She believes that music is “a way of life”. Stush is known for her quick-witted lyrical prowess, unique delivery and her electrifying performances. Recent collaborator, LA producer Falcons, described her style as being ‘…Grime, Dancehall, UK Hip-hop all in one’.
Shortly after graduating from the BRIT School, Stush recorded her classic UKG anthem “Dollar Sign”, for Social Circles with producer Sticky. She then went on to sign an album deal with Go Beat, then subsequently to Island Records/Universal Music.
In 2007, Stush secured the Top 10 single 'Get Down' alongside Groove Armada, resulting in a 3-year world tour incorporating New Zealand, Australia, Japan, USA and South Africa. 'Get Down' became a festival favorite with performances at Glastonbury, V Festival, Radio One Big Weekender, Love Box and many others.
Stush’s repertoire boasts a number of club hits that include “Buyaka” and “Flame” which were featured on T.V shows “Black Lightning” and “Insecure” respectively (both produced by Falcons), underground smash “F Ur X” with UK rapper Sway for the Adulthoodsoundtrack, the D'explicit produced “Me Nuh Run From Them” and “No Chorus” from reggae veteran Curtis Lynch.
Stush has made her mark by collaborating with producers such as Falcons, GTA, Gregor Salto, Retrohandz and Wiwek. With the latter, producing club banger “Ground Shake”, which was released on Mad Decent. Other releases have been on labels such as Dimmak, Fools Gold, Night Bass and most recently, “How It Goes” on Spinnin’ Records. At present Stush is writing and recording new material for her Mixtape with producer Outzida, with the lead single “Ah Me Dat” getting positive reviews.