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|01||Don’t Leave Me|
|03||I Do (Bonus Track Remix)|
|05||My Way Home|
|09||Take My Time|
|10||Never Fall (Interlude)|
Cincere is more than a gifted artist, he is a humble soft spoken young man on a musical mission and the formula is magic wherever he goes. The fan base is solid, adoring, and uniquely diverse. Cutting edge, yet soulfully true to the core of his R & B roots, Cincere has fans riveted to the music and the lyrics…. messages of love, hope, and promise intricately woven in brilliantly crafted beats and orchestration.
Cincere’s polished professionalism has made him a favorite opening act for national artists including Chris Brown, Mario, Babyface, Bobby Valentino, The Black Eyed Peas, Sly and the Family Stone, Method Man, The Roots, Avant, and Ginuwine. He’s shared the spotlight and the stage with Trey Songz, Rico Love, Marques Houston, Eric Benet, and Jim Brickman. Other major appearances included the LA Roadshow in Hollywood and the State Farm Bayou Classic in Houston.
“I Do,” Cincere’s first radio hit was recognized as one of the top 100 songs of 2004 by KISS radio. A 21st century love song, “I Do” has fast become an anthem for lovers.
Cincere’s WAMI award winning song of the year “Daddy” is a musical masterpiece with the exquisite lilt of a symphony string section, the innocent voices of a children’s choir, and the inspired power of a gospel choir in supporting musical roles. The song, which is both lyrical and autobiographical, is a call to action to men who abandon their children. devastating after effects of children living without fathers in their lives. In April 2005 the song caught the attention of the National Fatherhood Initiative in Washington DC. Cincere was invited to headline the organizations gala awards at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel, where he performed “Daddy” for hundreds of guests, including First Lady Laura Bush and celebrities like country western recording star Buddy Jewel and football great Allen Rossum of the Atlanta Falcons. “We really need more artists like Cincere in the forefront of hip/hop and R & B music,” said Roland C. Warren, President, National Fatherhood Initiative.
A 27-day tour to Southwest Asia as the guest of Armed Forces Entertainment introduced the young artist to men and women serving overseas in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kyrgyzstan, and Djibouti.
A prolific songwriter and performer, Cincere returned from the overseas tour with new insight and perspective. His latest collaboration with Ashe Watson has resulted in major radio spins for “A Woman Knows”, along with the inspiration for “Worldwide Lovin” and “My Life, Part II”. Troy Shaw has been signed to produce and direct the latest music video, “Ain’t Got Nothin”, with filming scheduled for mid October 2006.
The name say’s it all! Cincere is delivering more than music; he is inspiring changes in contemporary entertainment… some say it is long overdue.