(WPRI) -- It's been nearly 23 years since he got a letter from the postman and flew up the Billboard charts, but the King of Freestyle found time to stop by The Rhode Show on Friday morning to talk about his upcoming performance.
Famous singer Stevie B, who penned such hits as "I Wanna Be the One" and "Because I Love You (The Postman Song), said he always loves coming back to Rhode Island.
"I have people here, I've been coming in and out of here for 30 years, keeping friendships still fresh, still alive, Stevie said.
In his first few decades of stardom, Stevie B earned himself a dedicated fan base. Now, he has began working with current pop sensation, Pit Bull, so he may soon have a few new admirers.
He joked about his potential drop in name recognition, "I don't know how I'm gonna like performing for these kids, cause they don't know who I am!"
Stevie B is performing Friday night at the Providence Colloseum nightclub. Anybody can visit here to buy tickets.
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