Steven Spence Biography


Birthday: March 20, 1988 (Pisces)

Born In: New York City, New York

Steven Spence is a musician and social media personality, best known for his association with the heavy metal band, ‘Black Tide.’ Steven was associated with the band as drummer and keyboardist. After playing for ‘Black Tide’ for five years, he left the band to focus on his solo career. Steven went on to establish himself as a DJ and music composer. He is also famous as a social media influencer and has millions of followers on his official Instagram account. He also has a self-titled YouTube channel, where he posts his music videos. In 2014, he displayed his skills as a songwriter when he collaborated with the likes of Clinton Sparks and Kylie Morgan for a song titled ‘I’m Good.’ He is also an actor and has appeared in a couple of films.
Childhood & Early Life
Steven Spence was born on March 20, 1988, in Queens, New York City, United States of America. His family moved from Queens, New York City to Fort Lauderdale, Florida when he was still very young. He spent his childhood in Fort Lauderdale.
Steven was exposed to music at a very young age as his uncle, who played the keyboard, was associated with the popular reggae band, ‘The Wailers.’ Steven grew up playing the piano and guitar, and would often turn to his uncle for mentorship and inspiration.
Interestingly, Steven never attended music classes and is largely a self-taught musician. In 2001, he was presented with his first drum kit, which encouraged him to play drums during his free time. He was then enrolled at ‘Florida State University,’ from where he dropped out to focus on his music career.
In 2007, he joined the heavy metal band ‘Black Tide’ as drummer. He attended ‘Ozzfest,’ an annual music festival, and was part of ‘Black Tide’ when it released its maiden album titled ‘Light From Above.’
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Music Career
His popularity as a drummer increased when he was voted as the ‘up and coming artist’ in a poll conducted by a monthly publication called ‘Modern Drummer.’ In 2009, he took part in a competition at ‘The Vans Warped Tour’ and ended up winning the first place.
Steven became one of the most liked performers of ‘Black Tide’ as he would entertain the audience by playing drums and the keyboard simultaneously. After playing for a couple of songs from albums, such as ‘Post Mortem’ and ‘Light From Above,’ Steven left the band in order to focus on his solo career.
Thereafter, he became a DJ and music composer, earning the opportunity to work with bands like ‘Kalin and Myles’ and ‘The Mowgli’s.’ In 2014, he became part of the ‘Band Together Project,’ an initiative to end bullying. He collaborated with the likes of Clinton Sparks and Kylie Morgan in order to come up with an anthem for the initiative.
Steven Spence is also a social media influencer. He uses his Instagram page to bring about positive change in the society. He is also active on other social media platforms, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. While his self-titled YouTube channel has more than 38,000 subscribers, his Twitter page has managed to gather more than 6,500 followers.
Other Major Works
In 2016, Steven produced a music video titled ‘If it Feels Right.’ Apart from his music career, he is also currently focusing on his acting career. In fact, he has already appeared in a couple of films titled ‘MemE True Hollywood Story’ and ‘How to Be a Latin Lover.’ While the former is a short film, the latter is a feature film.
He has also appeared as a Native American in rapper Lil Dicky’s music video, titled ‘Pillow Talking.’ In 2018, he was cast as himself in a television series titled ‘Self Expression.’
Personal Life
Steven Spence is close to his brother, who works as an Orthopedic Surgeon. Steven currently lives in Los Angeles, California, to pursue his acting career. He is friends with many internet celebrities and has often collaborated with them for various social causes. In 2017, he joined hands with Jason Neubauer to support ‘The Santa Claus Affect,’ which was an initiative to bring about a positive change on social media.

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