SINE Partners with Underground Press Following her EP Release

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With each dark cloud, there is a silver lining, that is what 'WHO AM I' by SINE proves. The amazing debut EP was released during a very difficult time in every corner of her life, she was going through an adolescent phase; being rebellious, self-esteem issues, wanting to address all the social ills she was witnessing but didn’t have a voice and proper channel. By the age of 19 that is when pen and paper became the comforter and place of hope where SINE fears nothing and the world is her oyster.

The multi-talented 20-year-old describes her music as relatable and relaxing. The EP is a fuse of Neo-soul, Deep RnB and Classic Notable songs in the EP include; 'Isolation', 'Rebellion' and '1950’s Hottie' just to mention a few. It channels the likes of Amanda Black, Simphiwe Dana and La Sauce, these are the biggest names in the music industry that she would also like to collaborate with in future.

Take a listen to 'Who am I' below!

The EP received positive reviews only and even got SINE to partner up with Underground Press which is a phenomenal company that will now be handling all her publicity. One of the main missions for Underground Press is to highlight women in the music industry in a positive light. This partnership will be a match made in heaven as SINE’s goals include to change the whole perception of how women in the music industry are represented and often viewed as sex objects.

SINE’s brand is set to take the industry by storm with her music being able to inspire, entertain and educate both the young and old. Many radio interviews and TV appearances are on the line to further make her fans aware of the much anticipated 'WHO AM I EP'.

Watch 'Isolation' official video below!

Visit SINE's Bio Page here!

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Last modified onSunday, 21 April 2019 17:59

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