The Makings of a Super Star


Everyone has a Dream Career that they envision as a child, that one thing that makes them extremely happy and they borderline obsess about. Becoming a Singer/Dancer was that dream turned reality for 18 year old Miami native Teenear. This Jamerican (Jamaican/American) beauty discovered her gift for music at age 3; the soulful songstress began singing in local forums such as church and pageants while getting her "feet wet" as a performer. Her first noteworthy show as a high school student was at a Miami talent showcase where she sang Rhianna’s popular hit “Stay”.  This performance was one of the major catalysts that gave her the push to pursue music as a career, but it wasn’t really complete until she decided to post a video of herself singing “Stay” on YouTube, which garnered massive attention and sparked the determination she needed to become a singer.

Fast Forward 2 years later Teenear has one of the hottest new summer singles out of Miami, entitled  “Friday Night” featuring Hip Hop wonder boy Sage the Gemini . This summer anthem is heating up radio airwaves and positioning this up and comer for a musical takeover. Teenear, who is still working hard to carve out her own lane in the music business, soliciting super star producer Jim Jonsin and Miami record label Slip-N-Slide Records as the vehicle to drive her success as a recording artist. Teenear’s preparation to become the consummate performer starts with her daily routine of rigorous vocal lessons and dance rehearsals, including countless hours of at home rehearsals for her upcoming local performances and showcases.  Crediting music Icon Beyoncé as an inspiration of hers , Teenear has established her own soulful pop sound, hinted with a bit of  a down to earth vibe, creating some feel good music.

Be on the lookout  for upcoming music from this rising star. For more info on Teenear visit,


Written By : Danielle Stedman : 

Danielle Stedman is an up and coming writer, host and producer. Born in Jamaica, W.I. Danielle’s family migrated to the States in pursuit of achieving the American dream. Danielle grew up in Long Island NY, where she was exposed to the fast paced lifestyle, hustle and bustle of living in NY’s Tri-State area. Danielle moved to South Florida shortly after High School and made the decision to study Mass Communications at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale FL, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree and has resided since. While on a journey of self-discovery, Danielle found herself venturing into the worlds of Fashion Merchandising, Social Media Marketing, Music promotion, Not for Profit work and promotional writing for Radio and Television. Danielle now the proud founder of and the Miami Correspondent for and Fluff Magazine.