Stacy Barthe - P.S. I Love You

Posted 3 years ago

A singer and Grammy-nominated songwriter, Brooklyn, New York native Stacy Barthe is a woman of many talents. Signed to John Legend’s Homeschool label through Motown Records, Barthe has been working behind the scenes, writing for superstars like Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Britney Spears and Katy Perry. Additionally, her vocals can be heard on T.I.'s André 3000-assisted single "Sorry." For the third time in her career, however, she is stepping out from behind the curtain and into the spotlight, marked by the release of her brand new project, P.S. I Love You.


Included on the free EP are the previously-released, Rick Ross-assisted lead single "Hell Yeah!" and "Stingy." While Barthe handles all of the songwriting duties herself, production accompaniment is provided by DJ Camper, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Kevin Roosevelt, Malay, Oren Yoel and Supa Dups.

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