Steve Joel Moffett Jr., better known by his stage name Stevie Joe or Thuggy Fresh, is an American rapper hailing from Oakland, California. Born and raised in Oakland, Stevie Joe’s music is deeply rooted in West Coast hip-hop and hyphy culture. He began his career in 2007 and has since become a prominent figure in the Bay Area hip-hop scene.

Stevie Joe is a member of the group Livewire and is signed to Town Thizzness and Thizz Nation, both subdivisions of the late Mac Dre’s Thizz Entertainment. His affiliation with these labels has allowed him to collaborate with many notable Bay Area artists. Some of his most notable features include working with E-40 on the 2011 album “Revenue Retrievin’: Graveyard Shift” and appearing on the soundtrack for the 2008 film “Ghostride the Whip.”

Throughout his career, Stevie Joe has been prolific in releasing solo projects, with an extensive discography that spans over a decade. Some of his most popular albums include “Thuggy Fresh” (2008), “80’s Baby” (2010), and “Thuggy Life” (2016). In addition to his solo work, Stevie Joe has also contributed to multiple collaborative projects and has been featured on numerous tracks by other artists.

Despite facing various obstacles and hardships throughout his life, Stevie Joe has continued to push forward in his music career. His resilience and dedication to his craft have garnered him a loyal fan base and solidified his reputation as a talented and influential artist in the world of hip-hop.

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