SuCh's Official Website: Music, Videos, Pictures and more!

Hi, I’m SuCh!

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I guess that’s a weird way to start my bio because who else would I be? hehe! The interesting thing is that I have named myself that.. My birth name I had no control over, as my parents named me. And trust me I love my birth name, it has helped shaped me the who I am. I’ve always found names to be important. But recently it became evident that I needed to give myself a name, and so SuCh was born. I like SuCh because not only is it a hybrid of my real name, Su Charles, but also is full of meaning. The word such is used in two ways: 1) to emphasize a quality “he has such a good heart” 2) to show a similarity “such as”. That is who I strive to be as a person, someone who amplifies and exemplifies what is good, beautiful, and real. It’s of utmost importance that my music reflects those things.

So this is not going to be a traditional bio with large flowery words. Rather it’s going to be me, unfiltered, talking to you.

Now that you know my name, let me introduce myself. Hi, I’m SuCh. It’s a pleasure to meet you, it’s an honor that you’ve come to my website just to find out a little more about my music and who I am. So here’s me in a nutshell: I love the color red, always have. My favorite number is 5. I was born 5/5/85 at 11:55; that’s five 5′s. I’m not the best at multitasking, though I like to pretend that I am. I love smiling and laughing. I’m a pretty happy person. Sometimes my thoughts move faster than my mouth; when that happens I stumble on my words. Some people find that endearing, others annoying. I love music, always have. I’ve been singing since I can remember. Its the one thing my whole life, that I’ve never stopped doing. I’m the daughter of a minister and I remember being a wee little thing, singing in the children’s choir. I also loooove directing choirs. There is something exhilarating about empowering others and letting them shine while you take a backseat and watch them fly.

Ultimately my personality is summed up in my dream car, a Mini Cooper Countryman. Six speed, AWD, four door, and can you guess what color…? You got it!! Red. Like the mini I’m zippy, cute, but fierce, a force to reckon with, and I’m full of surprises. I want my license plate to read: ‘PPTPRED’. Which means that big things come in small packages (‘pi piti pi red’ in Haitian Kreyol) :)

I want you to get to know me, through my lyrics, through my music. I want you to be able to relate to it, to jam to it, to cry to it; to experience life. Let’s go on this journey! I know that with you by my side, it’s going to be an interesting, fulfilling ride.

You’re ready? Let’s Go!

[If you're with the press, feel free to grab my official press kit here.]

  • http://Website Lisa Jansen-King

    Su,

    I am super excited for you and impressed by you. Not just in your talent–but who you are as a person and what you strive to be!! Truly an inspiration for many. Know I’m with you in spirit always!!!

    Look forward to hearing more about your journey!!!

    Lisa

  • B. Myles

    Appreciate Ced for sending me your link/site.  Very unique style to be reckoned with and I am definitely a follower now J  Looking forward to many more project and a long lasting career in the music industry!  Stay blessed as SuCh

    • IAmSuch

      B. Myles,

      I appreciate you for stopping by and leaving me such kind words! You know it’s all about word of mouth so I would really love it if you helped me spread the word by sharing with your friends, family and co-workers! I hope you can come to the CD release party!!! 

      God bless,
      ~SuCh

  • Jonny valley

    Be careful Denver promoter Charles Pankey Fastpitch Entertainment is on probation for Domestic Violence and Assault/Nadia Gedeon /posted bail and is mistress. See Denver county court records here:
    Print Case Summary Denver County
    Case Number: 13M00826
    Status Case Type Violation Date Date Filed Courtroom Domestic Violence:
    SENTENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 01/26/2013 02/05/2013 3:18 PM 3D YES
    DEFENDANT PANKEY CHARLES V SR 08/06/1954
    Race Hair Weight Height Eyes
    BLACK BLACK 235 510 BROWN
    Attorney Number Attorney Name
    99999 STATE PUBLIC DEFENDERS OFFICE
    Violation Information
    Violations Description Points Disposition Class Code
    18-3-204(1)(a) ASSAULT 3-KNOW/RECKLESS CAUSE INJURY 0 DISMISSED M1
    18-3-204(1)(a);18-2-201 ASSAULT 3-KNOW/RECKLESS CAUSE INJURY-CSP 0 GUILTY M2
    Bond Information
    Bond Type: Bond No: 399111
    Surety Name: NADIA GEDEON
    Sentence Information
    Date Description Value Units Due Date Status
    01/27/2013 PRESENTENCE INSTRUCTIONS
    1 ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION 0
    3 COMMENT 0
    2 PRE-TRIAL CONDITION OF BOND 0
    10/23/2013 SUPERVISED PROBATION 1 YEARS 10/23/2014
    1 DV EVAL AND TREATMENT PLAN 0
    4 NOTIFY FOR CHANGE OF ADDRESS 0
    6 RPT PROB. OFFICER AS REQUIRED 12 M
    2 MONITORED SOBRIETY 0
    3 NO FURTHER VIOLATIONS 0
    5 PSYCHOSEXUAL EVALUATION 0
    Fines and Costs Information
    Description Imposed Suspended CCWP/CTS Paid Due
    VICTIM COMPENSATION 78.00 0.00 0.00 78.00 0.00
    VICTIM ASSISTANCE FUND 92.00 0.00 0.00 92.00 0.00
    SUPERVISION FEE 600.00 0.00 0.00 600.00 0.00
    FINE CRIMINAL 250.00 250.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
    CRIMINAL COURT COSTS 21.00 0.00 0.00 21.00 0.00
    ADDRESS CONFIDENTIALITY 26.60 0.00 0.00 26.60 0.00
    BOND FEE 50.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 0.00
    BOND 750.00 0.00 0.00 750.00 0.00
    COURT SECURITY FEE 5.00 0.00 0.00 5.00 0.00
    OFFENDER IDENTIFICATION FEE 2.50 0.00 0.00 2.50 0.00
    ADMINISTRATIVE FEE 25.00 0.00 0.00 25.00 0.00
    Totals: $1,900.10 $250.00 $0.00 $1,650.10 $0.00
    Action Information
    Date Action Judicial Officer Crtrm Dispo Amount
    10/23/2014 1:00 AM PROTECTION ORDER REVIEW HRG. HARRELL 3D
    05/06/2014 8:30 AM STATUS REVIEW HARRELL 3D
    03/04/2014 8:30 AM SENTENCING HEARING HARRELL 3D CONTINUE BY COURT
    03/03/2014 2:47 PM CASE PAID VIA WEB WEB
    03/03/2014 2:47 PM DEF IS PAYING IN FULL TODAY WEB DEF PAID TODAY
    02/28/2014 8:30 AM REVIEW DATE HARRELL 3D VACATE COURT DATE
    02/05/2014 8:30 AM REVIEW DATE HARRELL 3D CONTINUE BY DEFENDANT
    01/31/2014 12:00 AM CONTINUE MOTION 160
    01/16/2014 11:03 AM COLLECTION PHONE CALL 160Z
    01/08/2014 3:36 PM MOTION TO PRESERVE EVIDENCE 160
    01/08/2014 3:36 PM ENTRY OF APPEARANCE 160
    01/07/2014 3:39 PM PUBLIC DEFENDER APPOINTED 3D
    01/07/2014 8:30 AM REVIEW DATE HARRELL 3D CONTINUE BY DEFENDANT
    11/05/2013 12:00 AM FINE/COSTS TOTAL PAID IN FULL
    11/01/2013 3:22 PM PAYMENT PLAN CREATED 145Z FINE OR SOE REVISED
    10/23/2013 9:00 AM JURY TRIAL CAMPBELL 3D VACATE COURT DATE
    10/23/2013 8:30 AM FINE/COSTS TOTAL 3D FINE OR SOE REVISED
    10/23/2013 8:30 AM RETURN ON PSI HARRELL 3D SENTENCE ENTERED
    10/23/2013 12:00 AM COLLECTION INTERVIEW 160Z SEEN
    09/27/2013 12:00 AM MOTION GRANTED
    09/26/2013 12:00 AM MOTION FILED
    09/25/2013 4:30 PM PSI REPORT RECEIVED 160
    09/13/2013 2:44 PM PROBATION REFERRAL RECEIVED PROB
    09/13/2013 1:30 PM FACTUAL BASIS OF DV FOUND 3D
    09/13/2013 1:30 PM MOTION HEARING CAMPBELL 3D GUILTY PLEA SET NEW DATE
    09/13/2013 1:30 PM REFER TO PROB PSI 3D PROBATION SEEN
    09/06/2013 8:18 AM MOTION GRANTED 3D
    09/04/2013 11:09 AM MOTION FILED 160
    08/14/2013 12:00 AM 404B MOTION 3D
    08/07/2013 8:30 AM DISPOSITION/RESET DATE HARRELL 3D HEARING HELD
    07/18/2013 9:29 AM SUPP WITNESS LIST 3D
    07/10/2013 12:27 PM 404B MOTION 160
    06/21/2013 8:30 AM PLEA AND SETTING HEARING HARRELL 3D NOT GUILTY PLEA SET NEW DATE
    06/21/2013 12:00 AM SPEEDY TRIAL STARTS SET NEW COURT DATE
    05/17/2013 9:44 AM MOTION GRANTED 3D
    05/09/2013 4:27 PM MOTION FILED 160
    05/09/2013 11:31 AM ENTRY OF APPEARANCE 3D
    05/09/2013 8:30 AM PLEA AND SETTING HEARING HARRELL 3D CONTINUE BY DEFENDANT
    03/29/2013 8:30 AM PLEA AND SETTING HEARING HARRELL 3D CONTINUE BY DEFENDANT
    02/15/2013 8:30 AM PLEA AND SETTING HEARING JACKSON 3B CONTINUE BY DEFENDANT
    02/08/2013 9:40 AM CONSENT TO MAGISTRATE
    02/08/2013 8:00 AM 2ND ADVISEMENT FARAGHER 4C DEFENDANT ADVISED
    02/05/2013 3:17 PM CASE ENTERED
    01/27/2013 10:00 AM PO/BOND TRANSF TO CASE FILED 2300
    01/27/2013 10:00 AM PROTECTION ORDER 2300
    01/27/2013 10:00 AM BOND SET 2300
    01/27/2013 10:00 AM 1ST ADVISEMENT CELESTE 2300 DEFENDANT ADVISED
    01/27/2013 8:29 AM PRE-CASE ENTERED
    01/26/2013 12:00 AM DENVER CITY JAIL IN CUSTODY

    DOCKET 9:98cv06212
    Case Name: Rahr v. Sterritt, et al
    02/09/1999
    Disposition: Transfer/Remand – Transfer to Another District
    Filed: 10/9/1998
    Court: New York Eastern District Court
    Assigned to: Arthur D. Spatt
    Jury demand: None
    Amount demanded: $7,000,000.00
    Nature of Suit: Other Statutes – Securities/Commodities/Exchanges (850)
    Jurisdiction: Federal Question
    Basis: 15:78m(a) Securities Exchange Act
    Origin: 1
    Office: Uniondale
    County: Suffolk
    PARTIES and ATTORNEYS
    Plaintiff(s)
    Stewart Rahr, Plaintiff

    Defendant(s)
    1994 Irrevocable Trust, Defendant
    Brenda Graham Shanklin, Defendant
    Charles Pankey, Defendant
    Citadel Investment Corporation

    More:
    Charles Pankey 569 So.2d 609 (1990)
    STATE of Louisiana, Appellee,
    v.
    Lorenzo PEREZ, Appellant.
    Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Second Circuit.
    October 31, 1990.

    FRED W. JONES, Jr., Judge.
    Defendant Perez, found guilty by jury verdict of conspiracy to distribute marijuana, La.R.S. 14:26 and La.R.S. 40:966, and possession of marijuana over 60 but less than 2000 pounds, R.S. 40:966(E)(1), was sentenced to two consecutive ten year terms. He appealed, attacking the sufficiency
    [569 So.2d 612]
    of evidence upon which he was convicted and arguing the excessiveness of his sentence. Finding substantial evidence to support the jury’s verdict, proper consideration and sufficient articulation of La.C. Cr.P. Art. 894.1 guidelines and that the sentence is not unconstitutionally excessive, we affirm.

    On June 9 defendant traveled by car to Monroe where Soto had told him the marijuana was being stored. Prior to his arrival, law enforcement officials stored the seized and supplemented marijuana in a mini-warehouse and gave Soto the key. Later that afternoon Soto, defendant and a companion traveled to the mini-warehouse where they were met by Sergeant Cannon. After examining the marijuana, defendant locked the door to the warehouse, put Soto’s key in his pocket, and drove Soto to the Monroe airport.
    On the afternoon of June 10, Joe Hardeman and Charles Pankey arrived in Monroe. Defendant and Hardeman traveled to the storage facility and loaded the marijuana into a freezer in the back of Hardeman’s truck. When defendant and Hardeman arrived at Eastgate Shopping Center, where Pankey and Mauricio Lopez were waiting for them, the four were arrested. The seized and supplemented marijuana was recovered by Louisiana State Police Officers pursuant to a valid search.
    On July 25, 1988 a bill of information was filed charging defendant with possession of marijuana in excess of 60 but less than 2000 pounds, and conspiracy to distribute marijuana. Trial commenced on October 23, 1989. The State presented the testimony of Soto, Hardeman, law enforcement officials involved in the operation and a forensic chemist. Exhibits including tapes of recorded telephone conversations and photographs indicating defendant’s involvement in the drug organization were also introduced. The defense presented no evidence. The jury returned guilty verdicts on both counts.
    Defendant first assigns as error the insufficiency of the evidence to support the jury’s verdict on either the conspiracy or possession charge. In assessing the sufficiency of evidence to support a conviction, the reviewing court must determine whether, viewing the evidence in the light most favorable to the prosecution, any rational trier-of-fact could have found defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Jackson v. Virginia, 443 U.S. 307, 99 S.Ct. 2781, 61 L.Ed.2d 560 (1977).
    CONSPIRACY TO DISTRIBUTE MARIJUANA
    The bill of information filed against defendant charged that he did willfully and unlawfully conspire with Hardeman, Pankey, Lopez and others between the dates of April 1, 1988 and June 10, 1988 to distribute marijuana. Conspiracy to commit a crime is an inchoate offense separate and distinct from the completed criminal act. The state’s burden in proving that defendant committed conspiracy to distribute marijuana is that it must show that an agreement or combination of two or more persons existed for the specific purpose of distributing marijuana and that one or more parties to the agreement did an act in furtherance of the agreement’s object. La. R.S. 14:26; State v. Richards, 426 So.2d 1314 (La.1982); State v. Brown, 398 So.2d 1381 (La.1981). An overt act need not be an unlawful act; it may be any act, however innocent in itself, accompanying or following the agreement, which is done in furtherance of its object. State v. Richards, supra; State v. Rittiner, 341 So.2d 307 (La.1976). The elements of conspiracy may be proven by direct or circumstantial

  • Slavomir Such

    Hello from Slovakia, my name is SuCh Slavomir and I want to say hello to you !

  • Slavomir Such
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