At 20 years old, Dylan Sinclair has done and seen a lot in the world of music. Up in Ontario, he’s found his way into the studio with the likes of Boi-1da and Joyce Wrice while also building a community with fellow artists like Daniel Caesar, Savannah Ré and Emanuel. Along the way, he’s picked up a JUNO Award nomination and earned more than 25 million streams across all platforms. Now, he’s looking to take the next step in his young career. Tonight, Dylan Sinclair shared his latest project, No Longer In The Suburbs.
“No Longer in the Suburbs really represents the search for that stimulation, that faster life or those experiences that when you’re old, you get to look back on them and be like, yeah, I did that and with people that I love,” Dylan Sinclair said about the project.
In eight tracks, the Toronto-based R&B musician takes listeners along a journey that is all too familiar. Sinclair is growing up, figuring things out, making tough decisions and chasing his dreams. However, his story stands apart from the average person because his life plays out in the public eye. With the fame and attention, come the accolades, touring opportunities and financial compensation. Unfortunately, this may also make interpersonal relationships a bit more complicated. As Dylan Sinclair prepares for his ascent into the public eye in Canada and beyond, he lets the listener in on what’s going on in his life. Check out what he has to say in his new project, No Longer In The Suburbs, below.