Bishop, born Stevenson Benoit, has been rapping since 2002 while serving his country in the United States Army. After his contract with the military termed, he moved back to his hometown of Homestead, Florida, and started a rap group called 66 Clips. From there, Bishop decided to form his own label called P-Squad Entertainment. At that point, he released his first full length album titled “Bishop: The Man, The Myth, The Legend” featuring hit singles, “How We Ride Remix ft. PSE,” “Excuse Me Miss ft. Jay Gutta, Tariq & Sheena,” amongst others.
In 2006, Stevie Bee moved to Tallahassee, Florida, and passed the reigns of PSE (P-Squad Entertainment) to the VP, Tariq. He switched over to Christian rap and released “Confessions of a Sinner,” “Broken Levees: The Mixtape,” “The Resurrection,” and “H.A.R.D.” In 2010, he recorded “Red & Blue (Haitian Pride)” in memoriam of the earthquake that devastated the island country of Haiti. The song grabbed the eye of execs at Flatfoot Hustlers Entertainment and signed him to a one year contract. In 2011, he enlisted the services of JMX Artist Management. That same year, he released, “Switchin’ Lanes Vol. 1 & 2” featuring his rap cohort Tony “Leo” Zamora and other members of P-Squad Ent. Quickly, some of the songs gained ground and were circulating through the Tallahassee underground music scene. Singles included, “Anywhere (Higher),” “Smoke Something (Da Session) ft. Leo,” and “So Fresh.”
Stevie Bee is currently working on the final installment of the Switchin’ Lanes series, “Switchin’ Lanes: Reloaded,” as well as his new album, “Walk Wit Me” featuring the single “Second Chances.” Stevie Bee is back in Miami, Florida, and working with Odd Muzic honco, former P-Squad VP, Tariz.