It’s America, the epitome of freedom, and anyone can be anything they want. Stichiz banked on this as went on to pursue her dream. Now, she is an author, radio personality, artist, and community leader. Her faith in God and drive blended to create an energetic, diverse, and more than you expect personality. Due to netizens’ demands, we wrote a minibiography of the radio personality.
Stichiz is an American radio presenter working at iHeart radio on the show 103.5 The Beat, which is the hottest breakfast club in Miami and the number 1 show for hip hop and RnB. She is also the host of the connect network and an artist. When Stichiz is not working, she participates in community work.
Her place of birth is Ottawa, Canada and raised in Broward County, Florida. Although she is Canadian and American, her original home is Haiti. At the age of 9, Stchiz had started to show an interest in the showbiz industry.
She was raised by her parents in America. At school she participated in music and hip hop festivals. Her interest in radio was sparked when she was listening to a presenter on the radio. When she joined St. Thomas University, her focus was becoming a radio presenter. She approached Miss Alvarez and asked her for an opportunity. Although Alvarez declined her request since the opportunity was for seniors, the young artist pressed on until she made it to the studio.
Other than being a presenter, Stichiz is also an artist. She sings and raps in English, French and Creole. Her diversity extends to Hip Hop, Reggae and Rock. The artist has curtain raised world-renowned artists such as Gucci Mane, Damian Marley, Capleton, Nas and more. She believes her music is a source of inspiration to many people.
In 2022, she released a children book called “Tu Es Belle.” The book encourages children to love themselves and to accept who they are.
When she is free, Stichiz participates in community work through serving in the Church and community. She founded a group calld Preach T.E.A.C.H. The artist is also a board member at Martin Luther King Celebration Committee, Girls Make Beats and a mentor for Women of Tomorrow.