Joey Stylez is a well-known name not just among Indigenous communities but also among the general public all over Canada and beyond. Joey Stylez was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario.
He has worked with some of the most well-known figures in the business, and his music was used in the film Wind River, which examines the problem of missing and murdered Indigenous women. His work has also been used in other notable films.
On the Kevin Costner and Taylor Sheridan-created Yellowstone television series that airs on Paramount Television, he has made a cameo appearance as himself, and his song “Save Your Soul” was used in the pilot episode of the action-packed blockbuster series.
His internet streaming numbers are in the tens of millions, and he has worked with major artists like Dragonette, Bun B, and Ty Dolla $ign, much to the joy of his devoted following.
He overcame a hard past and became well-known. Along the way, he inspired a whole generation of Canadian musicians. He was named one of the top 25 Canadian rappers of all time by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). He also inspired a generation of Canadian musicians.
Stylez has made it a point to make good on his promise to give back to the fans, families, and communities who have supported him along the way.
He likes leading seminars for young people, during which he shares his experiences in order to motivate and direct them through some of the challenges of life. He also lives a healthy life, making sure that his mind, body, and soul are all in balance.
DJ Kemo, who has won a Juno and been certified platinum, has worked with Joey Stylez on six singles and the executive album production of his next project.
This 16-track album by Horsethieves & Bootleggers will win your heart because it tackles head-on the many problems that Native North Americans face.
Stylez attributes his accomplishments to his religion, his family, and the devotion he has shown to his work. He is dedicated to all those who came before him. His journey is inspiring because it shows how he overcame the problems that indigenous youth in North America face.
The song “Finally,” featuring Lancelot Knight, is an anthem of hope for artists who continue to work hard. The upbeat new track, which features a little bit of rap and a little bit of rockabilly, features Stylez making a declaration.
At the Native American Music Awards that took place in November of this past year, “Indian Girl Driving Me Crazy” was recognized as having the year’s best pop music video.