SoulStice has since been featured in XXL Magazine, The Source, URB, Scratch, Elemental, Ballerstatus.com, Allhiphop.com and most other tastemaker hip hop publications and websites. Renowned journalist Tavis Smiley has even taken an interest, dubbing SoulStice and his music as "enlightened...outside the norm." In early 2006, SoulStice and Wandering Soul Records caught the interest of Neil Levine, head of Urban Marketing at EMI, leading to a national distribution deal through EMI/Caroline. SoulStice has also developed a loyal overesas fanbase, leading to several international distribution partnerships, including Universal Music in Japan. SoulStice's song, "The Melody" was recently selected for placement in an upcoming Warner Brothers film.
Through this unique brand of hip hop, SoulStice documents his one-of-a-kind journey from the windy city of Chicago to the nation's capitol of Washington, DC, and across the globe.