The Ultimate Line-Dancing Country Anthem Dedicated to Hope and Perseverance
S.T.O.M.P. by Elektrohorse features Floyd Holloway, Greg Pratt, and Terrell Skreetzz.
As an artist, DJ and producer hailing from Chicago’s notorious South Side community, Elektrohorse is no stranger to the struggles of the common man and woman. Despite his humble beginnings, he has always been driven by the ideal that in America, hard work and dedication are the keys to success. This dedication to achievement has created a multitude of opportunities for Elektrohorse, including collaborations with some of the industry’s top talent (Will.I.Am, Nicki Minaj, Cowboy Troy, and Timbaland among others).
Although he’s been blessed with continuous success throughout his career, Elektrohorse has never forgotten his humble, Midwestern roots. As a result, he formed his own movement, “The Party Don’t Care”. As founder of TPDC, he has always been deeply committed to promoting messages of love, unity and peace. It was this commitment to the aforementioned principles that fostered the inspiration for his most heartfelt record to date, S.T.O.M.P.
S.T.O.M.P, an acronym meaning Start Teaching Others More Positivity, was originally coined by Elektrohorse shortly before the 2016 Presidential election. During this time, the Nation faced one of the most tumultuous campaign races in modern history. In addition, violence across America seemed to be as prevalent as ever, including in Elektrohorse’s hometown of Chicago. Always finding his voice through song, he devoted the next year to producing S.T.O.M.P., as a call for unity. Combining his love of genre-bending music and collaboration.
Elektrohorse brought together three other talented artists to craft the ultimate Line-Dancing Country Anthem dedicated to hope and perseverance. The artists he had in mind: Floyd Holloway, Greg Pratt, and Terell Skreetzz. Floyd Holloway is a soul singer also from Chicago’s famed South Side. As the son of famed late disco singer Loleatta Holloway, he was blessed with the gift of powerful, anthemic vocals. His contribution to the first verse of S.T.O.M.P. sets the pace for the entire record. Greg Pratt is a traditional country singer born in Memphis and raised in Nashville, Tennessee.
Elektrohorse came across a sample of his work via Social Media and the rest is history. Last but certainly not least, Terell Skreetzz is a popular emcee from South Carolina. He is also a longtime collaborator with Elektrohorse and an integral piece to the overall spirit of S.T.O.M.P.
S.T.O.M.P. has already reached streaming numbers well into the tens of thousands via grass-roots marketing and conventional word of mouth. One dedicated fan by the name of Kristyn Regen of the “Line ‘Em Up” dance team, even choreographed a professional line dance for the song. Hopefully, through his message.
Elektrohorse can help make the people S.T.O.M.P. right into a brighter future.
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