As was the case with many of the great singers before him, Sterling began in gospel music, where his songwriting abilities and extraordinary vocal range won the attention of other gospel stars and the adulation of audiences. Soon he was singing not only at church venues, but also at Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Avery Fisher, and the Jacob Javits Center.
Pop music always had equal influence on Sterling, and his charisma and energy as a performer made for an easy transition into an independent pop career. Serendipity soon paired him with Gaetano Lattanzi and Sterling Infinity was born. Intermingling elements from a range of genres, Infinity incorporates the deep, muted low end of the best house music, the passion and cadence of R&B, and the hook-heavy stylings that define pop music. It’s a blend that is tied together seamlessly by the singer’s voice. With an effortless range, lithe strength and rich vibrato, Sterling Infinity’s dramatic vocal talents make him a huge stand-out amongst emerging artists.
In the 21st century the body, the mind and the soul are caught in the crossfire of a debate Sterling seeks to explore and explode. Viewers are invited to a mythical party of his own creation, where they too will be asked to challenge what real truly means.
Sterling Infinity is an exciting sonic talent that seeks to find a brand new and exciting fusion of vocal prowess and musical meditation.
Where some use the electronic era of music to mask a lack of traditional talents, he provides both in a theatrical soundscape that undulates for as long as it needs to finding a languid economy many more seasoned artists cannot judge as successfully. Even a slower jam like Heart Mind Body and Soul still has an internal choreography you cant deny if your body has the capacity for motion. He wants you lulled into a sense of seduced, self-sacrificing musical nirvana. And hes doing a damn good job and getting people to do just that. Listen to Hypnotized and try not to dance. I dare you.