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Jeremiah Stewart: If the Whole World Were Listening To You, What Would You Say?

Baton Rouge is not only the capital of Louisiana – it’s also one of the murder capitals of the country. A little over an hour to the east of Baton Rouge, sits New Orleans, a city that is nearly always at the top of the FBI’s list of most violent cities. Too often, we only hear about the negative happenings in the South, particularly Louisiana. The media if often to blame for that, because we all know that there are more positives than negatives on any given day. There are a lot of positive movements going on in Baton Rouge, New Orleans and beyond – especially where our youth is concerned.

Among those positives is Mr. Jeremiah Stewart, a brilliant 17-year old young man who is most definitely making a huge difference in the world around him.

Jeremiah has the potential to become a real mover and shaker in the entertainment industry. He is already a real role model to both young and old alike – and he is someone from whom we can all learn a lesson – care about the world around you and work to make it a better place, and that hard work will pay off.

“If the whole world were listening, what would you say”

At only 17, Jeremiah’s resume is far more impressive than of most people twice his age. He is always working on one event or another and it is always something to uplift his fellow man.

On August 6th and 8th, Jeremiah will bring The Power of the Voice conference to The Echelon Center in Baton Rouge. It will be a great undertaking that will bring together many movers and shakers in the entertainment industry under one roof – an event for people of all ages to attend. You can check out the website at

One thing Jeremiah asks is that we ask ourselves, “If the whole world were listening to you, what would you say?” Think about it – what would you say? Well, The Heat Magazine posed the question to the future mogul and he had some pretty impressive things to say:

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: You are an amazing your man. Tell us our readers a little about yourself and your vision.

JEREMIAH STEWART: Well, let me start here. I am a very BLESSED man! Mind you, I am only 17. I am on a level of maturity that some teenagers my age are not on. I am a true testimony that all things are possible. When I was born, the doctors said I would never talk right nor walk right, but I am well and fine now! I’m a strong believer of helping others and sharing knowledge that others instilled in me. My mother, Brenda Stewart, always told me, “You’re never too old to learn.” I take that everywhere I go along with my vision of helping my community to be a better place. I try to install community events to accomplish this goal. This brings us to The Power of The Voice.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What and who were your influences, growing up?

JEREMIAH STEWART: I always looked up to my father, Clifford Stewart Sr., and said I want to be a great loyal and sagacious man like him. My brother, Clifford Stewart, Jr., also played a role in my success. He always told me, “You have to stay strong and keep your vision alive. You can never give up. I know you will be successful. Make sure you don’t forget about your family when you get up there. We will always have your back.” My uncle, Bishop Rickey T. Washington, Sr., also played a role in my upbringing. He always and still is planning events and managing national gospel recording artists such as Marvin Sapp, Rance Allen and many more. I always wanted to be like him and he taught me how the industry is run. He always told me to “STAY HUMBLE” and not to ever let anyone knock my dream down.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Tell us about the Power of the Voice and what made you decide to undertake such an important project

JEREMIAH STEWART: I have seen so many tragic incidents and heard of so many stories you just would not ever believe. One of my mentors, Brandon Simmons, told me “If you ever have a vision you must have a story behind your vision that others can relate to.” The Power of the Voice’s main focus is to put individuals together with the same interest in mind and allow them to communicate their stories, so if someone else is going through the same experience, they can know that there is a way out.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What does Jeremiah’s future hold & what can we expect to see you doing in the future?

JEREMIAH STEWART: I have always, since early childhood, had a vision of owning my own business. I am now seeing my vision come to pass. I, along with my business partner Trebreh Baaheth, are changing the game. By both of us being teenagers, we are in the transitioning in becoming young entrepreneurs by venturing off into the areas of marketing and the entertainment industry.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Be on the lookout for this young man’s rising star. He will most definitely be making a difference in the world around him for a long time to come. We applaud Jeremiah’s efforts to uplift his community through diligence and setting a good example.

Arlene Culpepper, Asst. Editor-in-Chief
Arlene Culpepper, Asst. Editor-in-Chief
Vice-President & Asst. Editor-in-Chief of The Heat Magazine, Arlene is a Louisiana native, Certified Paralegal, Publicist, Owner of MIKODreamz PR, co-owner of 504Diffusion, writer, producer, and jack of all trades, who is heavily involved in her community as well as serving as Media Advisor for New Orleans Union for Entertainment (NOUE), Member of the NOLA Music Awards from 2012-present & Member of the Press Club of New Orleans. Her work is published across the web. Her PR work has been highly recognized & awarded. She was/is publicist for the late great BTY YoungN, 0017th and more. She is also working on her first novel & aspires to turn it into a film & is currently writing the authorized biography of the legendary Pimp C of UGK. She can be reached via email at Follow her on Twitter - @CategorySeven & Instagram - @hurricanearlene.



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