American, Musician

Who is Stazthehokage? Learn About his Biography, Story, Journey & More


Quick Facts
Brad Dure
Born January 12
Star sign Capricorn
Birth place Miami, Florida, USA
Occupation Rapper, Musician, Artist
Popular single ‘Like That,’


Brad Dure, professionally known as Stazthehokage, stands as a dynamic force in the American mixed-genre rap scene. Born on January 12 in Miami, Florida, and of Haitian descent, Dure’s linguistic dexterity extends to fluent English and Haitian Creole. His parents’ move to Far Rockaway, New York, soon after his birth, laid the foundation for a culturally rich upbringing.

Early Life

Immersed in the diverse sounds of Eminem, Kanye West, XXXTentacion, Justin Bieber, Childish Gambino, Travis Scott, and underground talent Cruz Supat, Stazthehokage’s musical journey took shape. Initially known as Staz LAD, his transformation into Stazthehokage was inspired by a profound connection with Naruto Uzumaki, the main protagonist of the anime Naruto. High School for Language and Diplomacy marked his formative years, and presently, he pursues further education at BYU Idaho.


A rapper, songwriter, and one-third of “Dure Films,” Stazthehokage’s creative pursuits extend beyond music. In a bold move on September 28, 2021, he declined a label deal, prioritizing independence. Future plans include launching his record label in 2024, affirming his commitment to shaping the industry’s landscape.

Celebrity Net Worth estimates Stazthehokage’s worth at $5 million, a figure escalating significantly after the success of ‘Like That.’ His singles and albums, including “Rap Culture Is Dead” and “A War Story,” contribute to his growing influence.

Personal Life

Rumors swirl around Dure’s personal life, especially regarding a speculated relationship with a renowned singer and collaborator. Though unconfirmed, the mystery adds intrigue to his personal narrative.


The ongoing feud with Trip7jay ignited with the release of “Trump’s Bitch,” targeting Lil Pump. A highly publicized clash unfolded on Instagram, with both artists releasing diss tracks for six months. Stazthehokage’s victory after the release of “A War Story” symbolizes the end of the 777 movement.


  • Vounó
  • Mayhem
  • A War Story
  • A Love Story
  • 27 Days With You EP
  • IC2 (Collaborative effort with Nerd Angeles)
  • Sayonara EP


  • Uncultured Swine
  • Buttercup
  • Airpods On
  • Rap Culture Is Dead
  • Passive Aggressive
  • FAcT Check
  • Abaddon
  • Slaughterhouse
  • Trump’s Bitch
  • Like That
  • Damnato
  • Bloody Valentine
  • Ruthless
  • Trance
  • Love Can Be Such A Danger
  • Life In The Sky