Young, exuberant and dedicated to their craft, Symplicity is an adorable trio with all the makings to be the next big girl group. Managed by their father (they’re all sisters), who has his own musical roots, the ladies of Symplicity share a common goal: to inspire young girls to love themselves.
Their female-friendly anthems, like ‘Don’t Hate,’ promote positive images among teen girls and provides bubbly tunes that go hard on any night out.
Get the basics on the girls, below.
Names: Shatarr aka JB, Tasia and Starr aka Symplicity
Hometown: Coney Island and Crown Heights, N.Y
Musical Influences: SWV, TLC,Total,Destinys Child, Envogue, The Clark Sisters, Mary Mary
Biggest break thus far: Winning Amateur Night at The Apollo and performing on ‘106 & Park.’
How do you describe your sound? A mixture of the 90’s R&B and hip-hop sound with a touch of gospel.
If you were the offspring of any entertainer (dead or alive) who would be your parents? The Jacksons
What do you want fans to walk away with when they hear your music? We our music to remind them of something beautiful, a loving person, and wanting to play it over and over again.
What’s next? Promoting the EP ‘The Dolls Of R&B/HipHop’ while recording the album ‘Girlz State Of Mind’ in addition to working on treatments for a reality show and an independent film.