Stevie Creed is a Scottish recording artist/ actor and writer best known to audiences as The Brooklyn Scotsman.
Named after the legendary Stevie Wonder, he cites the American legend as one of his main influences.
Born on April 30th, 1991 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Stevie Creed entered the world three weeks early and it was clear from the beginning he was always in a rush to get places.
At the age of 12, he formed the hip hop group Loose Endz with his best friends and began working on his lyrical craft.
In 2010, Stevie travelled from Scotland to East New York. In one of the roughest Brooklyn neighbourhoods in New York City, he soon began establishing himself.
In 2014 he headlined his first show at The Pyramid Club in Manhattan, had his dance single Ballerina played on major Clear Channel radio stations all over America and released his debut album, The Brooklyn Scotsman.
An obsessive boxing enthusiast who used to compete in the ring, Stevie has trained at gyms all over the world.
He has also walked runways at New York Fashion Week, modelled for various designers and has recently embarked upon an acting career.
On November 19th 2015 Stevie headlined a homecoming show at The Liquid Rooms in Edinburgh.
After a great response Stevie returned to headline the Liquid Rooms again in April 2016.
That summer he travelled back to New York and headlined his own show at The Paper Box in Brooklyn.
The following year in June 2017 Stevie had another sold out show at The Voodoo Rooms back home in Edinburgh.
After dabbling in various small acting roles, Stevie decided to take on one of the biggest challenges of his career.
In August 2018 he performed 24 shows at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in his own biographical hip hop musical, which he also wrote. Reviewers were pretty unanimous in their praise for this performance.
In August Stevie released his much anticipated EP In Creed We Trust.
Stevie is currently preparing for his second Edinburgh Fringe run with his theatre show and working with his seven-piece band Linden Blvd to create his most important album to date, Concreed Jungle. He is also working on a biographical documentary based on his his experiences living in New York City.