Stephen Warner

Stephen Warner

Stephen Warner


Title
Steve the Rapper
Bio
Steve the Rapper is a Zanesville, Ohio hip hop artist & record label owner discontent with the status quo. In his soon-to-release album, Welcome to the World, Steve addresses racism, stereotypes, spirituality, life struggles and the music industry. From a violent freeverse describing a physical altercation with Satan to a revealing confession of insecurity and hypocrisy, Steve takes listeners on a raw, controversial and moving journey through his misfit mind. Now available for pre-order, Welcome to the World is scheduled for release on June 2nd, 2017.

Official Website: http://www.stevetherapper.com 
EPK: http://www.zaneysquad.com/press
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/stevetherapper
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/stevetherapper
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stevetherapper
Website
Interests
rap, hip-hop, music, science, sports, politics, culture, space
Location
Zanesville, Ohio

Recent Submissions

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Arielle J.

One thing I really like about your flow is that you enunciate all your words and it's not so fast that I can't actually hear what you're saying. Love the hook with the female vocals - the melodic nature of it provides a nice balance to your vocal parts. Strong message in this one, too. One very nit picky thing that I noticed when listening is the part where it says "welcome to the world where we would say we're not racist, then turn around and say some stuff that's racist." I really wanted to hear a short pause after that sentiment because I think it's a very simple and true observation about our society and instead of launching right into the next line, it seemed almost strange not to allow a beat for that line to sink in. But otherwise I think it's great!

Jerry Doby

Lyrical missiles!!! Thanks for calling out those who suffer #afluenza and charging them to be accountable

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Worst Diss Ever (ft. Zac Owens) by Steve the Rapper

Arielle J.

The "worst diss ever" refrain is very reminiscent of Eminem's style, to me. I like the beat of this track but to me it's not as strong as the other track I heard from you recently. The word "diss" in general has such a cheesy 90s connotation to it now that it's hard for me to take anyone using it seriously. You're definitely a talented MC but I think I actually prefer your more serious content, though this song is pretty clever.

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The Basement: Part 1 by Steve The Rapper

Michael Anderson

This is dope man. That subject matter can come off as a bit played out at times, but I think you spun it will. Good beat, and you road it well. Best of luck on the album release!

Arielle J.

I love this! The heavy bass and beats overall have this great, old school hip hop vibe, and you're a really talented MC. I was honestly skeptical of the "altercation with Satan" description but this track is fresh and real and I'm into it! You fit a lot in under 2 minutes, too. If I had to share a critique it would only be that the secondary sort of echo-y voice doesn't really add anything for me. I'm so impressed though!

Jerry Doby

Ok Rev. This is the hottest Gospel Rap I've heard in quite some time. Slappin track and the wordplay is amazing.