SiFu Music

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SiFu Music started his career as a DJ in nightclubs and playing guitar in bands.As his reputation grew, he came to the attention of Winston Sela (BMI award nominee- the writer behind Maxi Priest's worldwide number 1 smash "Close To You") and together they wrote"Anxiety" for Italian artist Faz on Warner /Prismatik / released in April 2010, which was used on a Mobistar commercial in Belgium.

Sony PlayStation was so impressed with Sifu Music that they commissioned him to write the theme song and various instrumentals to their game Ragdoll KungFu : Fists of Plastic and the reviews have singled out the music for lavish praise.

SiFu Music has also been asked by The Sudirman Cup Organisation in China to write the theme song for the opening of their tournament in 2011 which is watched by millions all over the world, and is indeed a high honor.

SiFu Music says,"People kept asking me when I was going to put out a record myself, so I thought it was time I did!" His debut single "Aint Whatcha Say" is released on Dantien Records featuring Tyrell as guest vocalist.

SiFu was traveling to Shanghai for a gig and one of the air stewardesses on the 'plane to China was Tyrell.  They got talking and she handed him a cassette tape. SiFu says,"I do get CDs from people but this was the first time I got a cassette. Luckily my brother still had his old sound system and it turned out we only lived a few streets away from each other!"

How do you describe your music to people?
Imagine Daft Punk, Kelis, and Cole Porter all trapped in an elevator one night and producing a love child.That would be one description of my music.

Tell me about how you originally got into your craft.
My dad had a keyboard which I used to doodle on as a kid. Eventually the doodles turned into songs and I saved up for my first guitar and amp and got started properly. Hearing "Vogue" for the first time was a turning point [for] me. Hearing the song blew my mind! I wanted to do music after hearing that song.

What is your favorite thing to do in the whole wide world?
Finding a new cool  song to listen to.

What is your biggest challenge when it comes to running your business?
Getting enough people to find out about my music to then buying it and /or coming to my shows.

When you were a kid, what did you think you were going to be when you grew up?
A bridge officer on the USS Enterprise.

In what way has your community impacted your development as a musician?
It's had a big effect, not just music but fashion, movements, etc. Also the internet has made everything readily available so everything's just a big melting pot. I was listening to French radio the other day.

What other artists out there do you love?
Michael Jackson is still amazing; the songs he wrote are the best . Also Lennon and
McCartney's songs are still  powerful even after all this time.

What does your future hold?
More releases, more songs, more videos, tours... coming to your neighbourhood!