Born and raised in South Jamaica Queens, David Sincere got his first lead role at the age of 8 when he played young Jay Z in the music video, "Wishing on a Star''. He received chances to work with many recording artists; Chaka Khan, Smokey Robinson, Beyoncé Knowles, Pharrell, Daft Punk, Brandy, Ashanti, MC Lyte, Teyana Taylor and many more, as well as traveling on tour with Keyshia Cole. Recently, David Sincere has been working with musician and "America's Best Dance Crew" judge, Lil Mama, choreographing her "Sausage” and “Shoe Game” music videos, her recent TvOne movie “When Love Kills'', and was acknowledged on Power 105 Breakfast Club and Sway In The Morning show. 


Currently David Sincere has a roster of artists that he choreographs music videos and live productions including Ayo Jay, Bad Gyal Dydy, Mariah Lynn, Bianca Bonnie, Chinese Kitty, Driicky Graham, and more. He also choreographed Jazzy Amra’s recent single “You Got Me” featuring Wyclef Jean which reached over one million views. 


David Sincere's latest venture is making dance music, he debuted and released his 90’s inspired mixtape, "Bullpen" and  his newest single “Black and I’m Proud”, on iTunes, DatPiff, YouTube, and SoundCloud. 


Branching out from under the wings of other artists, David Sincere Aiken is taking time to finesse his transition into a visual artist, expressing his distinctive style of dance through his own music, videos and now, visual podcast.  


To further the David Sincere brand, he has joined forces with HausHill Entertainment, a Los Angeles based broadcast, creative media, distribution and entertainment company - for a three season deal for the “Industry Top 10” Visual Podcast. #IT10 is a weekly countdown, visual podcast that covers Music + Film + Fashion. 


Tune in every Sunday to Industry Top 10 visual podcast, available for streaming starting in October.  “IT10” will be hosted by east coast native David Sincere, streaming on the HausHill Entertainment Networks every Sunday at 10Am, EST.