Stun

Stun

Hip Hop Indigenous R&B

Contact

Name
Winston Chubb
Address
48 Biscayne Bay Winnipeg MB Canada R3T0N5
Phone
1 204 952 6151
Email
Websites
www.therealstun.comwww.instagram.com/stunthewriterzwww.youtube.com/StunOfficial

About

 Stun is an aboriginal canadian hiphop artist from Oxford House, Manitoba. Raised in the city of Winnipeg, he has collected numerous amounts of experience from all sorts. From the gangster lifestyle to the preppy school boy, he was not a lost soul with the culture built into his well being. Growing up around love and racism, the young man had gained knowledge from all types of influential individuals. He found the passion for music through a troubled youth. It was considered the best outlet for a way to speak from the heart, and so he did. From that troubling experience, an Emcee was thoroughly born.

 Although, with the peer pressures of criminals and acquaintances, the talent only seemed to blossom. He went on showcasing his talent around house parties and close friends with nothing but good reactions in return. He then started chasing the dream that had been implanted into his brain. Carrying a family on his back while displaying the modern aboriginal lifestyle, Stun is nothing but passionate towards his dream.

 Over the years he had established his name in the city by performing at local night clubs and gaining respect from artists like 2Spirit (formally known as Strife Asaakeezis) and the talented, Teddy Gramz. Stun made it quite known that he was a talented man that did not waste any time. With no one but his family behind his backbone, he stands with life’s realism and how it affected and influenced him to become who he is.

Living with nothing but quality, Stun is a good example of an exotic music artist.

Music

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"Hold The Pride"

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"Fire Inside My Heart"

Video

Hold The Pride by Stun

Discography

The Influence

The Influence Stun

Released: May 19, 2017

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