Insyde is an 18 year old musician born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
He has struggled through many obstacles including adoption, and being diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome at a young age. As he grew older, Insyde always felt the itch for fame. He taught himself how to code websites in HTML when he was 9 years old, and has been very interested in video and audio technology, leading him to the world of music and music production. Insyde has since made 2 songs and directed the music videos for both of them.
Insyde was very competitive in cross country in high school, coming in 13th place in the state preview 5k race with a time of 18:06. Insyde focused on rowing in later high school years, he placed top 25 in the lightweight 4+ at the 2019 USRowing nationals in the Sarasota, FL. Several colleges are actively recruiting him for scholarships. Insyde also worked at a local Chick-Fil-A before his music started becoming popular.
His debut single, “Sometimes“, boosted Insyde to unprecedented highs when it unexpectedly went viral on SoundCloud, but mostly sparked hate. Insyde went dark on social media for a few months afterwards to help cope with all the unsavory comments and messages, and he came back stronger than ever and determined to not let the hate get under his skin.
After the success of his single, Insyde signed a distribution deal with AWAL, a major independent label who distributes music for the likes of Lauv and deadmau5.
On August 2, 2019 Insyde released “Something Real” which is a single off his upcoming debut EP. This single garnered him some moderate acclaim, and was received much better than his debut single.
Insyde is currently working on an EP that he plans to release in December or January.