Artist Managment

SIRPAUL: Singer, Songwriter, Producer


SIRPAUL™ is an out, indie electropop singer & producer living in New York City.  In 2004, he released his first album Switch, manifesting the likes of Erasure, Nine Inch Nails, George Michael and Madonna. His debut video for Thrust, a controversial homage to Prince, was banned from MTV because it promoted safe sex by using racy images of naked couples of every sexual orientation passing neon colored condoms back and forth while kissing.  In 2008, his strangely sexy video for ‘Do U’ made it’s way into heavy rotation on the Logo television network. ‘Do U’ quickly attracted enough attention to make the MTV/Logo ‘Click List: Top 10 Videos of 2008.’ The track, which found huge success on iTunes, was also selected as Logo’s NewNowNext Awards theme song.
Crowned “NYC’s King of Electropop” by EQ, SIRPAUL’s online presence has exploded with over 63,000 views on YouTube, profile pages on, AOLmusic & YahooMusic and features on elite music blogs like EQ, Allure of Sound & Bop2Pop. SIRPAUL’s music has been featured in the motion picture “Going Down In La-La Land”, in the web series “Hustling”, on the runway for designers like Dolce & Gabanna and in ad campaigns for Giorgio Armani & L’Oreal cosmetics. Sold-out concerts and appearances on the red carpet for Logo’s NewNowNext Awards have secured his spot as a contender for true pop stardom. Having performed in some of the most famous venues in the world from the legendary Mr. Black in NYC to Le Red Light in Paris, this year SIRPAUL wowed audiences in Spain alongside international electropop stars like Andy Bell of Erasure, Garcon Garcon & Monarchy for the 2012 Poptronik Festival in Sitges.
The President & CEO of Controversial Records, singer, songwriter, producer and Manhattan nightclub fixture, SIRPAUL promotes empowerment. For the release of his 2010 album, video and single Music & Me, he adopted the “≠” symbol as his marketing icon to reflect the current state of marriage inequality and discrimination against the LGBTQ community.  SIRPAUL is an active anti-bullying advocate participating in the “It Gets Better” YouTube Campaign and dedicated his song and video for Colors to Tyler Clemente, one of the many victims of teen suicide.
Today, the enormously talented artist is promoting his most critically acclaimed album to date, The Horse and an exciting new electropop side project with superstar international DJ/Producer Alex Lauterstein called Simulover.

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