Maryland has a new rising rapper coming out of the DMV area. The hot new breakout star comes as Sinsier, who may be new to the industry but his roots in rap and hip-Hop run as deep as his veins.
The MD emcee has a nostalgic flow that showcases his versatile skill set that was influenced by some of hip-hop’s elite lyricists. His musical influences are made up by the likes of 2Pac, Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, J. Cole, Nas, Nipsey Hussle, Lauryn Hill, and more.
His passion for hip-hop began during his younger elementary years, but it wasn’t until 2013 when his craft gave birth to his rap career. Fast forward five years later, when Sinsier dropped his debut single, “Trippy Smalls” off of his highly anticipated project, 199x:Nostalgic.
Shortly after, Sinsier released his 7-track EP, 199x:Nostalgic, which was filled with today’s hard hitting production and his lyrically inclined bars. His debut project has songs for all listeners, find out what Sinsier had to say about his recent release.
“ 199x:nostalgia conceptually came from my personal and overall life experiences. This EP was created from about 2014 until about 2018. Through that time frame is where the idea for the EP to be generated. Songs like Initial Thoughts stems from the dark periods in my life where I was feeling like it’s more to life than this struggle, I wanted to get away. I wanted to be physically, mentally, and financially liberated. Trippy Smalls came from smoking weed and studying biggie listening to 90s music trying to capture that feel. We$tSide came from my first experience in California. It motivated me to get in the booth and rap about the culture, the experience, and the artist that brought the influence cause you can hear the G-Funk in the track, and Nate Dogg like hook.
Also, it had me shouting out the legends Mac, Dre, E-40, Snoop, and Nipsey Hussle. Memory Bank came about when my grandmother died. If you hear it, you’ll notice the emotion and my feelings. Hustler’$ Nostalgia was an embodiment of 2pacs “I’m getting money” but from the perspective of two people in circumstances that they both overcoming and see better for those around them. Limewire was something I felt I can cruise too, The vision and Dear Dilla are my favorites. Dear Dilla was me talking to hip hop personally like it saved me! Can you save?! Are you my way to speak to the people? Are you my way out? The vision finally was the introduction to me and also an introduction to my 2nd project if you catch on.”
Check out 199x:nostalgia below! Let us know what you think.