SiR is the recording alias of Darryl Farris, an R&B singer and songwriter whose sound is predominantly mellow but impassioned. Music runs in his family. He’s the brother of Daniel and Davion Farris (who count Jaheim’s “Never” among their most popular work as songwriters), the nephew of Andrew Gouché (a prominent gospel bassist who played with Prince), and the cousin of Tiffany Gouché (fellow soul progressive and one of Farris’ occasional collaborators). Although Farris built up a resistance to music due to parental pressure — his mother is Jackie Gouché, a gospel artist and session vocalist active since the early ’80s — it wore off. The Inglewood, California native earned a degree in recording arts and developed his songwriting, arranging, and production and skills. He went on to work with Anita Baker and, from 2011 through 2015, co-wrote material for the likes of Ginuwine, Tyrese, and Jill Scott. During the same period, he appeared as featured artist on a few releases that came out of L.A., including Ill Camille’s Illustrated and Anderson Paak’s Venice. His proper debut album, Seven Sundays, was released on Fresh Selects in 2015. Paak, Knxwledge, Chris Dave, and Iman Omari were among the contributors.

Brand New Music From SiR…

November which features:
1. Gone
2. That’s Alright
3. Something Foreign
4. D’Evils
5. Something New
6. I Know
7. Never Home
8. War
9. Better
10. Dreaming of Me
11. Summer in November

The stand out track D’Evils (also read as Devils) talks about smoking. It could also relate to how weed is sometimes refered to “The Devils Letuce” so by smoking one spliff a day, he is keeping the devil away from him. He is able to relax and lower his worries.