“So if I got one chance, m’fer I’mma make y’all dance” sang Outasight on his debut single “Tonight is The Night” and that’s exactly what he’s been doing. Raised right outside of NYC, Outasight was a music obsessed kid who went from sneaking into nightclubs and concerts to headlining those same events.

His first official single, “Tonight is The Night” ended up being a platinum radio hit and the soundtrack to a massive Pepsi commercial. He has performed all over the world, including festivals like Lollapalooza and Governors Ball, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and the NHL All Star Game alongside Drake.

His album Big Trouble featured hits “The Wild Life” and “The Boogie”. “The Wild Life” was the soundtrack to Bud Light and Mountain Dew campaigns well as multiple films. In fact, one of those films even got its name from his song. “The Boogie” was another huge success. It became the theme song for NBA Primetime on ABC and an Apple Watch campaign.

Outasight has since released three more indie albums that have been heard all over the world. He has a distinct sound, mixing hard hitting hip hop and soulful funk making all out party jams. Rolling Stone magazine described OU’s mix a “potent cocktail” and Billboard magazine dubbed him a “hitmaker” His music continues to be used by massive brands, films, and video games, garnering millions of independent streams.

Now partnering up with long time collaborator Cook Classics, they’ve started the record label 83 Sound.