Stacy Barthe is a popular American singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, NYC - of Haitian roots (now primary Los Angeles based). She is a Grammy-nominated songwriter signed in a publishing deal to Universal Music Publishing Group (by Ethiopia Habtemariam, in 2007). Barthe landed her first placement, "Blur", on Britney Spears ‘Circus’ album. Barthe has worked with artists such as Nipsey Hussle, Akon, Melanie Fiona, Rihanna, Estelle, Brandy and Sean "Diddy" Combs. Penning album tracks for Katy Perry ("Hummingbird Heartbeat"), Kelly Rowland ("Everywhere You Go") and Rihanna ("Cheers (Drink to That)"), the latter of which hit number seven on Billboard's Hot 100. She has also worked with high-profile producers Hit-Boy, Cool and Dre, The Runners, Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis, Supa Dups, Usher, Pharrell, Kaytranada, Danja, Dapo Torimiro and Tricky Stewart, among others. In December 2010, Barthe released ‘Sincerely Yours’ - her debut extended play (EP). In November 2011, "Silent Night" by Brandy Norwood, featuring Stacy Barthe, was leaked online. On March 12, 2015, French future house producer Tchami released the song "After Life" which featured Stacy Barthe's vocals, and received over 8 million plays on SoundCloud as of April 2016. In July 2015, Barthe's debut album BEcoming reached number 92 on the Billboard 200. In 2018, Stacy released “Sober” and featured on the late Nipsey Hussle’s Grammy nominated album, ‘Victory Lap’ on single, “Victory Lap”. Stacy and Nipsey were in the process of writing together again. Barthe is in the process of inking her first deal for her own TV show.
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