Current EP

Mahalo
(July 16, 2013)
Bananabeat Records

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Bio

Maui, Hawaii, and Malibu, California-bred artist/producer/entrepreneur Cisco Adler first caught the public’s attention in 2006 as the frontman for rock band Whitestarr, known for its wild live shows and legendary after-parties. After Whitestarr disbanded in 2007, Adler began a partnership with hip-hop artist Shwayze. Their collaboration, produced and written by Adler, on Shwayze’s 2008 self-titled debut album hit the Top 10 on Billboard’s Album Charts, while the 2009 follow-up, Let It Beat, hit No. 3 on Billboard’s Top Rap Albums chart, securing Adler’s position as a hip-hop/pop producer to be reckoned with. After years of producing and writing hit songs, and singing his signature hooks for the likes of Shwayze, Mike Posner, Mickey Avalon, Yelawolf, Wiz Khalifa, G. Love, Unwritten Law, Lil Jon, and Mod Sun, Cisco Adler dropped his first solo album, Aloha, in late October 2012, on his Malibu-based indie label, Bananabeat Records. The album was produced and engineered by Adler and mixed by Shane Stoner. It followed the July digital-only release of his six-song summer EP of the same name. The EP was one of iTunes' Top 10 Pop Albums. Track highlights include “You're A Fool,” featuring G. Love (of G. Love & The Special Sauce), “Boom Boom Boom,” featuring reggae legend Don Carlos and G-Eazy, “California in the Winter,” co-produced by Jim Jonsin (Beyoncé, Kanye West, Lil Wayne), and laid-back pop single “Classic.” A year later, Adler released the self-produced Mahalo EP, an extension of Aloha, featuring six easy-flowing tracks:  “Love You I Do,” summer party song “Head Ringin’ Like A Telephone,” “Shangri La," protest song “Free Tree,” “Motorbike,” featuring Reeves from Aer, and love anthem “There For You,” featuring Huey Mack.