Young Mister’s self-titled debut album may have flown under the radar in 2016, but that doesn’t mean the young songwriter, doesn’t have his fair share of fans across the country. Young Mister, whose real name is Steven Fiore, is orignally from South Carolina but has a huge fan base in New York City. Fiore spent the last six years writing songs for other recording artists at Universal Music Publishing, honing his sound and craft for the songs that would ultimately end up on his debut album, released last summer.
Earlier this week, Fiore stopped by the offices of Relix Magazine, to perform one of the best songs from his album with “Anybody Out There.”
As seen in the video below, the live, solo-performed version of his song leaves the fancy horn solos behind in exchange for a more intimate and personal interpretation of the usually faster-paced song. As he goes into the song’s chorus line, you can really hear the desperation of a man calling out for other brave souls.
For more information on Young Mister and his upcoming tour dates, visit his official website by clicking here.