Interview how do your Caribbean roots effect your music? Well I don’t take things for granted. I know how hard my mother worked to get to the United States. So for me I don’t like to waste time and also can’t be fake. It’s like you take me as I am or leave me alone.
What is your opinion on the current state of New York Hiphop? New York has always been a major staple in Hip Hop but now everyone is trying to follow trends. I honestly listen to a few New York artists. There’s two I mess with hard is Siya and Jinsu which in my definition are true lyricist and have a way of combining lyrics and melody like no other.
What helped you get into music? Well started off when was a kid writing poetry. Then, started rapping and at that time was involved in the church had a friend tell me I was good. Then this artist he was like you’re dope and it just grew from there. I was riding with my godfather heard ‘Rappers Delight’ in the car stereo and my godfather gave me the CD I still remember it. It was when Heineken put out their little mixtapes, from there was like I want to make good music like that.
What are your new projects coming out? Well right now honestly focused on just putting out songs but working on an EP and a mixtape right now. The mixtape is mixture of covers with my take on what’s going on with world and my EP is the declaration of who I am.
Where does your name come from? Lol that’s actually an interesting story but I’ll make it short. So I used to be involved heavy in the church at that time and had wrote a rap for one of the major artists to check out. So the line was ‘I’m to Sincurr to concurr ‘(I’m aware it’s spelt wrong) and I was like Sincurr I like it that’s my name. My name is the equivalent of sincere which describes me.
What is one thing you would tell your fans? Support, support, support. I’m not just talking buying records I’m talking sharing links. People complain about there not being enough good music but when it’s out there and you do nothing about it you can’t be mad when all you hear is trash. Like if you really want that authentic Hip Hop start sharing the music that’s all.