DMV Rap Artist Steven Lamont Releases Hit Factory Vol. 1: I’m No Saint
Rapper Steven Lamont welcomes the Spring season with new music on his latest project “Hit Factory Vol. 1: I’m No Saint”. This new release comes after the summer playlist “Trifecta” and the heartfelt “Sincerely EP”. Hit Factory Vol. 1 entails a wave of upbeat productions complementing his unique flows. Paying tribute to his friends he’s lost in the song Heaven Gates while praying for better days while showing his humble beginnings and his current status in his journey in the track Something Outta Nothing. This new project contains great music for all to enjoy and relate to in today’s rap culture.
About Steven Lamont
Steven Lamont (born Steven Lamont Stembridge Jr. on November 8th, 1993 in Raleigh, NC) grew up in Oxon Hill, MD, where he claims as his hometown. At the age of 17, Steven took music seriously and began to promote himself under the moniker ‘Cap Stylez’ at his alma mater Oxon Hill High School; the majority of his buzz originated from starting freestyle cyphers at lunch and performing at the school’s talent shows. After graduating in 2012, he began to perform at numerous open mics around the DMV. In 2013 he founded his own imprint “Obese Citizens”, pushing the ideology of aiming big and promoting progession. By 2016, Steven was already established in the local hip-hop community in DC, collaborating with other local acts such as Sir E.U of KoolKluxKlan, Sugg Savage of Akoko, Mike Of Doom, Matt McGhee, AllitheAbstract, and many more. As an independent artist, Steven Lamont has performed in various open mics as well as campuses (UMD, UMES, MSU) around the DMV. He also produces under the pseudonym ‘Fisherman Cap’.