Bio.
Cynthia

Cynthia

Cynthia - Fever RecordsCynthia was born and raised in Spanish Harlem. As a child drawn to music, she sought inspiration from the brightest stars of the time such as disco legend Donna Summer. With the guidance of a good friend in the music business, Cynthia experienced the life of a live performer first hand. “At that moment I thought, I could do this and more importantly, I knew I wanted to,” Cynthia says. One year later, Cynthia signed a recording contract and had written her first song “Change On Me.”

The success of her first single continued as “Endless Nights” and three more hit singles from her debut album Cynthia, made its mark on New York, Chicago, Miami and Texas and established Cynthia as one of dance music’s biggest and brightest stars. Cynthia was quickly followed up by another full-length album, Cynthia II, which helped solidify her position as the Queen of Freestyle.

The success of her first single continued as “Endless Nights” and three more hit singles from her debut album Cynthia, made its mark on New York, Chicago, Miami and Texas and established Cynthia as one of dance music?s biggest and brightest stars. Cynthia was quickly followed up by another full-length album, Cynthia II, which helped solidify her position as the Queen of Freestyle.

Cynthia now follows up the success of “If I Had The Chance,” (which took New York City by storm, remaining on dance music station WKTU’s top ten for over 24 weeks!) by releasing the title track “Thinking About You,” another radio-driven hit produced by Frank Lamboy and Andy Wedeen with remixes by Lenny “Linus” Douglas, Rich P and Slammin’ Sam.

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