Prolific singer and songwriter Stacy Barthe returns from her musical hiatus with the new single and music video, "Sober." "Sober" is raw and thought-provoking, and continues where Barthe left off when it comes to giving fans finely-calibrated art. In the accompanying music video, directed by Raquel Lee, the Grammy-nominated songstress puts the spotlight on her happiness, letting us all in on [More]
[EXCLUSIVE] Singer-Songwriter Stacy Barthe Talks ‘BeComing’, Battling Vices & Insecurities, Dream Collab With Sade, More
Her songwriting style is emotional, soulful, and sobering as she tackles real life, relatable topics such as self-love and acceptance â but this time, as her own artist, itâs coming from a deep place of self-expression and self-reflection. On this journey, sheâs âBEcomingâ the best person and artist she can be â itâs all about growth.
âSaid I wouldnât do it again, here I am,â and that goes for any addiction or situation you know you shouldnât be in but have unfortunately fallen for once again. In the case of Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Stacy Barthe, itâs her personal struggles with alcoholism.
Singer-songwriter Stacy Barthe will release her debut full-length album, BEcoming, on Friday, July 10 via Motown Records
"We're all flawed, beautiful people." In the clip, Barthe is blown up in a close up shot as a bald lyrical dancer carries out the natural movements to the empowering lyrics.
Stacy Barthe unwraps a tribal music video for her song, "War IV Love," a record that sees her passionately singing about her devotion to love as if she's a refugee or prisoner.
As fans await the release of her album, Becoming (originally scheduled to arrive on March 3), Stacy Barthe unravels two lyric videos for two previously-released tunes; "Extraordinary Love" and "War IV Love."
Grammy-nominated songwriter Stacy Barthe has a few wise words to live by on âLive For Today,â her new single featuring Common. Over a driving bassline thanks to production from Benny Cassette...
It's been a year since Stacy Barthe dropped her EP P.S. I Love You, and she's been low key for a while on the solo tip, but she recently unleashed two new tracks that have graced the soundtrack of BET's Being Mary Jane, this one called "War IV Love."
Chances are you have digested Stacy Barthe's lyrics without realizing the singer/songwriter penned songs for Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Katy Perry among others.