The Malta Junior Eurosong played a pivotal role in building up the career of a number of artists but one of them who is surely thriving in the local music industry is Stefan Galea, the young lad who has been recording and releasing quite a hefty amount of material during the past couple of months. He is back with a brand new promotional single entitled 'Can't Wait' which has been produced by the well known American, Bryan Steele, the same individual behind the soundtrack songs for series' like 'Jersey Shore', 'American Idol', 'Dr.90210', 'The Amazing Race' amongst others.

Stefan Galea could easily be described as an electo/pop artist with that hint of RnB and this brand new single signals that fact well. The tracks premiered on the Midday Show with Manila through XFM radio and it was quite the hit even in the studio with everyone on his feat dancing to the fresh modern beat. This might be the most current single that Stefan has released and well known local music critic and winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the last edition of the Malta Music Awards, Jon Lukas Woodenman stated 'Young Stefan is the latter type of early year stage artiste exuding that special spark and energy owning an ear friendly sweet voice and looks . His latest track Can't Wait is definitely his best to date, exposing his progression ... a treat to young girls and an attractive opportunity for record co. executives, their labels as well as young girls!'

In recent months, Stefan released his debut extended play entitled 'My Evolution Vol.1' and this includes a number of tunes which are very much current. In fact, the single release with former Junior Eurovision Song Contest representative Nicole Azzopardi bearing the name 'Shout It Out' proved to be a massive success. At the moment, the local star is busy with the brand new musical drama series 'D.R.E.A.M.S' produced by Rewind Productions and airing on Television Malta (TVM) every Monday at 20:40 CET. He is surely keeping himself busy with a number of different projects learning the tricks of the trade when it comes to the music industry.