Maryland native and inspirational singer/songwriter Shae Stadiums has paid his dues as a background and session vocalist over the years, lending his talent to artists such as Tyrese, Avant
and Raheem DeVaughn. But one of his biggest accomplishments to date, is writing for Paul Abdul on her chart-topping smash hit, “Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow.”
Shae later relocated to New York City to pursue a full-time career in music after he lost both of his parents, and found himself auditioning for Diddy’s MTV’s Making the Band after a successful trek before being cut. He then tried attempting to join several groups, before realizing that being solo was really his true calling.
These days, Shae is preaching love as his foundation to keep going, and has found a spiritual bond with the Lord to continue spreading that message.
“A long time ago I learned how powerful love is. I want people to hear my music, and love, and be loved. Love will get you through.” He pauses for a minute, then adds softly, as he gazes toward Heaven, “Love…is all there is.”
Check out his latest single, “Highest Place of Love” to get a dose of what’s to come from this talented God-fearing man in 2020.