"I have to constantly pinch myself to remind me that what's happened over the past few years has been real - to have gone from making music in a dorm room and fantasizing about recording and touring professionally to actually doing just that continues to blow my mind on a daily basis. We're living during an incredible time for young, independent musicians, and I feel so amazingly lucky to be a part of this space and this vibrant, new world. Making music and performing are what I've always dreamt of doing with my life, and the internet has allowed me to connect with fans from all over the world who are making that possible. And what's most incredible about this digital medium is how much of a two-way street it's made of the fan-artist relationship - I love engaging with you, the people who listen to my music, and at the end of the day, knowing that you've found something in my work that speaks to you means more to me than I can possibly describe."
Sam Tsui has been hailed as an internet singing sensation, who along with his production partner Kurt Schneider was among the first musicians to establish a hugely popular music-focused channel on Youtube. To date, his videos, including covers, medleys, and mashups, have amassed over 500 million hits on Youtube alone, with each new release, including his debut original album “Make It Up”, and his brand new 2018 album "Trust" contributing to his ever-expanding worldwide fanbase. A graduate of Yale University, Tsui has been able to harness the ever-changing tools of the digital music age to independently create an internationally popular channel and brand, garnering him countless TV and magazine appearances, including the Oprah Show and Ellen Show, and brand partnerships with brands like Coca Cola, Kia, McDonalds, and Samsung. Turning his digital success into ticket sales, he has toured extensively throughout the US, Asia, and Australia, with plans for more touring in 2018. Sam continues to use his powerful digital platform to share his distinctive music and creative video content with his fans, the "Samily".