I’m so glad that we now have Steph Lecor in the music industry! She’s fierce, she’s sexy, she’s bad, and most importantly, her music BANGS in the car!!! I want to be front and center for everything this girl does. After hearing her on the radio, I scoured the internet for the girl behind the voice with no luck.

How lit is this video?! Along with Tink, Tinashe, DeJ Loaf, Jhene Aiko, Mila J., and Nicki Minaj, we’d say today’s hip-hop is in good hands with the ladies. We can tell we’re going to be fans of Steph for a long time.

Watch the official video for “Saturday” below.


Steph Lecor spoke to BET about how she linked up with DJ Khaled, and broke out with “Saturday.”

“‘Saturday’ was my real first time rapping on a record, so I was a little nervous to step into that world of music cause I’d never done it before,” she admits. “I didn’t want to be perceived as a rapper, but ‘Saturday’ is melodic and I feel like from there we can still go in a more melodic direction.”

Like her label boss, the rambunctious DJ Khaled, Steph reps the 305, which she credits for the cultural versatility within her sound.

“Being in Miami with the different cultures around I’ve definitely utilized different influences in my music,” she says. “My dad was in a Haitian band so it’s all definitely influenced me. You’ll hear all of my influences when my project comes out. Until then, the focus is just ‘Saturday.’ We’re getting ready to shove that down your throat as much as possible.”