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“...sounds like Frank Ocean and creates immersive
installations that look like James Turrell’s work.”

- The New York Times

• Adidas ‘GO’ Campaign (2018)
• Headlined: Eaton Workshop Human Progress Festival at Eaton Hotel Hong Kong (2018)
• Questlove mention in Forbes magazine (2018)
• Little Things prod by Kaytranada - 1,450,600 Streams
• Little Things on Michelle Obama’s Book Tour Playlist (2018)
• Psicodelic, self released short film featuring songs from
Satin Psicodelic, written & directed by Sunni Colón - 670,000 views
• Peach on the Water (Short Film) - written & directed by Sunni Colón


A rolling stone since birth, Sunni Colón is an artist based in Los Angeles, CA. The New York Times compares his work to that of James Turrell and Frank Ocean. Sunni’s made music for Film/TV like Dear White People, Insecure & Ballers and has collaborated, musically, with the forces of Kaytranada, Sebastian + the late great Mac Miller. When interviewed by Forbes, Questlove mentioned Sunni as 1 of 5 new artists he “love[s] right now.” Gaining recognition in 2013 after releasing a demo single “Temple,” Colón followed up with his debut EP, Thierry Disko, in 2016. This debut EP was celebrated by Solange’s Saint Heron as a “perfect blend of nostalgic funk, soul, R&B and rock & roll” and praised by i-D for its “compelling, contemporary spin on...70s funk grooves and psych-rock riffs.” Postrelease, Sunni moved to Paris to complete his second EP, Satin Psicodelic, that would also self-release through his multimedia design label, TETSU. In only 6 months, Satin Psicodelic has recorded over 1 million streams + counting. He’s at peace on stage and when creating in solitude, but at his best when exploring other mediums + collaborating with friends. Sunni’s “new sonic and sensory immersive installation.” Manifest 1.0 (which sold out three consecutive nights in East Williamsburg in 2017) is “changing the way we experience music.” It’s no mystery, Sunni is innovative, his art transcends time and space + allows him to positively impact society.

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