Holy Graffiti’s primary focus is to cultivate up-and-coming songwriters, artists and musicians who have the focus, tenacity and raw talent needed to become a successful recording and touring artist.  Founded in 2015, by hit singer/songwriter Shane Stevens, we believe each artist we work with is unique and deserves a team that is best suited to their individual needs in order to succeed.  We believe with the right amount of drive, desire and talent combined with the right songs, tools and team anything is possible.  And that is The Holy Truth.



Shane Stevens is a BMI and NSAI award winning, multi genre, Singer/Songwriter and Producer. He began his career in Nashville, as a country music songwriter, for Major Bob Music Publishing. Shane has cowritten several Top 40 pop and Top 40 country radio hits including the number 1 single, "American Honey" recorded by Lady Antebellum. His passion for writing pop music led him to Los Angeles in 2010 and he now splits his time between Nashville and LA. In 2013, he signed a worldwide admin deal with Kobalt and has since had songs released by Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor, Selena Gomez, Fifth Harmony, Little Mix, Little Big Town, Carrie Underwood, Jessie James Decker, Jesse McCartney, Sara Evans, Kellie Pickler, Jo Dee Messina, Ronnie Milsap, CL, Lukas Nelson, Johnny Manuel, RiRi, Anne Steele, Bea Miller, Little Boots, and more.

Born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, he grew up in a house filled with country, pop, R&B, Christian, and beach music. In 1996, he moved to Nashville with his best friend and co-writer Karyn Rochelle to fulfill his dream of becoming a professional songwriter, achieving his first Billboard #1 on the Hot Country Songs chart in 2010 with “American Honey,” performed by Lady Antebellum and co-written with Hillary Lindsey and Cary Barlowe.

After achieving much success in writing country music, Shane wanted to broaden his songwriting horizon and moved to Los Angeles in 2014 to pursue a new direction as a writer, vocal producer, and artist developer in the pop and R&B world. 

While in Los Angeles, Shane has contributed songs to several pop artists, such as “Nobody” by Selena Gomez “Everlasting Love” by Fifth Harmony, “Paper Doll” by Bea Miller, “Paradise” by Little Boots, “Step On Up” by Ariana Grande, “Love Me or Leave Me” by Little Mix, “Woman Up” by Meghan Trainor, and “Super Bad” by Jesse McCartney.