Synsier song writer, arranger, and vocalist choreographer and dancer. Born on July 22, 1990. This twenty one year old Washington height born, Bronx raised MC is the newest fresh talent in New York City.
By the age of two his parents separated due to their differences. At an early age he was exposed to all genre of music. During the week he was with his mom who listened to Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Elton John, Luther Van dross and many more. On the other hand his weekends were spent with his dad who listened to hip hop, house and freestyle. Synsier’s musical inclination and musical roots, run through his veins and soul. He was told by his father, that his grandfather who was a well to do man would sing in the streets of Dominican Republic as a hobby to escape daily stresses of life. His astonishing voice was heard in a 2 block New York City radius. By the age of six Synsier‘s inspiration to sing was nevertheless the King of pop Michael Jackson (rest in peace). The entire artist in the early 80’s to 90’s he quotes”gave me the pain to sing in my voice”.
In 1997 he took part in two school plays. The 3 kings the Jesus part and the Ten Commandments, both parts were not role playing but singing. In 2002 when his Mom remarried he had the privilege to sing two songs Mama by Boyz to Men and Obsession in English and Spanish by Aventura a Latin bachata group. Synsier is not blind to his musical Latin side and cultural background. His stepfather played a big role in it due to him being a DJ. Even though his friends and family always encouraged him to sing. In 2007 at the age of 18 he got consumed by the streets and society, arrested for possession of a gun. This encounter made him look at life in another perspective and focus on changing it around for the good. He was determined to leave the streets and started to work for Nike town, Toyota, M&M World, UPS, Champs sports, Gap and many more as a manager. In 2010 a close friend in the industry with many years of experience, noticed his real talent by him imitating other artist’s songs. Synsier quotes “as my friend she committed herself to assume the responsibility and duty as a manager to guide my career”. Her genuine believe in his talent and together with his efforts, determination and humbleness has paid off. In 2011 Synsier released his first Mix tape titled The Spoken Truth. Also became the CEO of his New label One and Only Records.
When the word Synsier is heard he quotes” you think of truthful, real, up front and honest”. That’s what he attempts to create a smooth, professional mixture of hip- hop beats, soul man crooning and funk. The most distinctive element of Synsier’s music is its explicit carnality. He quotes” the key to every girl’s heart is for a man to know how to dance and sing”. He recalls how in Junior high school singing in the hallway attracted his girlfriend at the time. His music can be often associated with music that can be described as spiritually inspirational and extremely sexual and respectable at the same time. It still gives him the sense of the streets but in a legal way. Synsier is taking no prisoners now with his new anticipated single titled Tell Me What’s On Your Mind. Expect the earth to shake this summer.
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