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Outtasite Bio

1 Outtasite live Outtasite, who's given name is Michael Singleton is a artist, performer, producer, and talent manager from Seattle Washington. Outtasite began his career in the entertainment business, recording demo's and doing spot shows opening for national acts in the Pacific Northwest.  After several years of hustling to stand out in the local scene, Outtasite was hired to back up Hip-Hop legend Sir Mix-A-Lot during live shows. Shorty after, Outtasite made his national debut in 1996 on the Sir Mix-A-Lot track "Funk4 Da B.L.V.D." alongside fellow members of his group "The Elite".

Several years later in 99-2000 Outtasite gained local attention for being the only relatively unknown member of an otherwise supergroup of famous Seattlelites "SubSet". After that short-lived yet door opening experience, Outtasite began working on solo material. Teaming  with guitarist Joel Davila (Fury in the Temple) for his debut album; "Right Side Down", a full legth c.d.  that featured Chris Ballew of PUSA , Sir Mix-A-Lot, Sev Johnson of the indy rock band "Peratus", 3 tracks with drummer Jeff Kathan, and bassist Lynn Sorensen (Paul Rodgers, Sex & Violins). In 2004 a sample of this self-decribed 'Hybrid Noise' landed on "Project Gotham 2" (X-Box) via the track titled "High Powered". Samples of Outtasite's debut c.d. have also been heard on MTV's hit show "Pimp My Ride", and Saffire Film's indy movie "Forbidden", among other random places, including Magmata Studios (then Meltdown Productions) 3D animated short film series, "IronSoul", featured as an Official Selection of the 2005 San Diego Comic-Con International Film Festival.

Also early in the decade, Outtasite made several guest appearences on DJ Funk Daddy's third full legth c.d "I Wan't All That", and also produced the Sir Mix-A-Lot track "Resonate" which appeared both on "Project Gotham 1", and the 2003 Sir Mix-A-Lot c.d "Daddy's Home".

In 2004, Outtasite joined "The Presidents of the  United States of America" front man Chris Ballew to form  a new duo called "The Feelings Hijackers" or T.F.H. for short. After releasing thier self titled debut in 2005, the abstract duo began work on T.F.H. vol.2  "Skeletal Remains", released in September 2007.

In late 2008, Outtasite, and guitarist Joel Davila released their second full length c.d. titled: "Careful What You Wish For" on Sir Mix-A-Lot's Rhyme Cartel Records. The album, accompanied by a music video for it's title track was re-released in 2010. 

In 2010 Outtasite was introduced to the world of broadcasting by Angel "Tha Jackal" Espino. Together the two hosted "Outtasite Radio" from November 2010 to March 2013.

In February, 2011 Outtasite once again teamed up with Chris Ballew, to release the third album by The Feelings Hijackers (T.F.H.), titled "SUPERECORD". This 21 song album consisting of both unreleased material, and previously released/remastered favorites. This album also marks the release of The Feelings Hijackers first official music videos, supported by partnership with Magmata Records, and Magmata Studios.

Also in 2011, the Outtasite song "Louder" was used in the film  "The Family Tree". Around this time, Singleton started a management company with the idea of developing new talent, and furthering the careers of established talent. 

In 2014 Outtasite produced the debut EP, and, mixtape "Ball, Sweat, and Tears" by Jason Anthony. 

In 2015 Outtasite produced the score for the motion picture "Deet n Bax save the world" , and also produced the films theme song "Keef Army Anthem" which features  Jason Anthony, and  Money B. of Digital Underground.

In 2016 Outtasite continued to tour nationally with Sir Mix-A-Lot,  and also began producing music for Seattle's KushCo Clothing.