Los Angeles musician and singer Cisco Adler dropped his first solo record Aloha. The album featured Don Carlos, G. Love, Kyle McDonald and more, and features a little bit of something for everyone—reggae, pop, hip-hop, acoustic and a dash of dub.
Cisco Adler is a Singer/Songwriter/Producer from Malibu, California known for bringing back the “California Sound.”. He is one half of the alternative hip hop group Shwayze. The duo have released two records that have reached Number #1 on the US Itunes charts and their self-titled first album debuted at #10 on the US Billboard Charts and gave us the hit singles Buzzin’ and Corona and Lime. Their most recent album LET IT BEAT is in stores now and has spawned the ubiquitous club hit GET U HOME.
Cisco has also co-written and produced songs for Mickey Avalon , Dirt Nasty, Andre Legacy, Cold Flamez, Tabi bonney, The Knux, Lil Jon, G. Love, Roxy Cottontail, Unwritten Law, Big B, and more. He has had songs in The Hangover, Tropic Thunder, Sorority Row, Final Destination, Gossip Girl, The Hills, and is currently music supervising and composing the entire score and soundtrack for a new film called Mothers Little Helper starring James Belushi. He is managed by industry veteran Jordan Schur and Suretone Management whos only other acts are Limp Bizkit and The Cure. He is also an avid cartoonist and painter and overall Bon Vivant. Cisco recently started Bananabeat Records and signed his first artitst Chris Young the Rapper. Chris has release two critically acclaimed mixtapes The Moodswing EP and 619. Look out for Chris’ debut album in late 2010.
Cisco Sam Adler (born September 6, 1978) is the son of music producer and director Lou Adler.