Griffin Stoller is a young multi-hyphenate artist who is proving that good music not only speaks for itself, but it also can amass upward of 33 million streams without the “help” of any self-interested suit-and-tie types.
Stoller, studying Music, Science and Technology, has curated an incredible repertoire of mixes and musical creations, many of which he has been working on since he was twelve. Calvet, studying biomedical engineering, has fostered a love for musicality from a young age. The two were excited to share a little bit about their sound, and their experience at SnowGlobe.
Known initially as an award-winning violinist with a Carnegie Hall debut at age 16, he has recently exploded onto the Dance Music scene with a flurry original music gaining over 15 million streams on Spotify this last year. His music has been supported by Martin Garrix, R3HAB, Louis The Child, and Sam Feldt.
“One day the vocalist I was working with cancelled on me so I said… Maybe I’ll just try sing the part myself. Even though it felt awkward at first, I began to grow into my voice and haven’t looked back since.”
22-year old producer Griffin Stoller launched a series of viral songs and now amasses over 1M followers on the streaming service Spotify.