Sunni Colon is an Immersive entertainer. The crooner from LA is more than just a singer. While his music explores the cross section of funk and disco, his music has also been described as “ethereal music for all senses” (New York Times).
Not content to limit himself to sound alone, he formed TETSU, a project to to combine aural and visual arts in the form of multimedia experiences and film. The TETSU agency also functions as the label for his 2018 recording Satin Psicodelic.
A self-taught musician and filmmaker, Colon has drawn inspiration from his nomadic childhood (moving with his Nigerian parents from LA to NYC, Europe and Africa) and the classic sounds of 70s funk and disco. He first shared his music on SoundCloud. His single “Temple” got notice from Music Supervisor Paul Stewart, who featured the track in the movie “Dear White People.. In 2016, Colon released the EP thierry disko with Fader lauding his “dreamy” voice and calling it “is an ode to funky dance grooves.”