Sim streeter

R&B Artist

Besinuwa Streeter's stage name is Sim Streeter. Besinuwa is Swahili, a craft maker of children's toys, and Sim is a craft maker of music. Sim was born in the Boogie-Down Bronx with a lotta flavor and style. Started singing at about 7 years old, pretending to be all the great vocalists out there, from Teddy Pendergrass to Micheal Jackson. Sim joined the choir for voice control and harmonies when he started middle school. His choir teacher, Mrs. Judith, would always have him sing the solos. Sim hated it, but it taught him to be confident and sure when performing at a young age. 

At 18, Sim joined a singing group called "Casual Soul."  We secured a demo deal through Mona Scott at Def Jam/ Violator Records. We met music industry professionals Russel Simons, Brandy, RayJ, LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, Boyz 2 Men, and many other fantastic performers. The group linked up with Full Force and Kangol from UTFO out of Brooklyn and recorded some tracks, but something else came of the venture. Casual Soul was featured on the David Letterman show and provided background vocals for LL Cool J in 1992! The group also performed at The Children's Choice Awards ceremony in the same year. The deal eventually phased out, and Sim continued performing as a solo vocalist.

Later on, Sim would join a band called FunkDaddy. Through hard work and determination, FunkDaddy performed shows at all the Atlantic City and New Jersey casinos. Sim found the casino world is slightly different, as you can only sing and perform top 40 cover songs, no originals or rap. Having fun one day, Sim recorded myself singing "You Are My Starship "by Norman Conners and placed the song on Facebook. Surprisingly, Norman Conners saw the video performance and asked Sim to perform at a show in South Jersey! It was phenomenal. Sim also recorded a video singing a remake of Hall and Oates's "Sarah Smile " and gained notoriety after placing the performance on YouTube. These beautiful situations have led Sim to continue his musical journey with Kaos Records … more to come!!

Cash every denomination

Hip hop artist

Born and raised in Upper Manhattans Washington Heights/Dyckman area, Cedric Streeter aka C.E.D. (Cash Every Denomination) learned to love music at the age of 5 while playing drums in a recording studio with his father Arthur Streeter. Growing up in the era of Hip Hop, C.E.D. formed his love for the music listening to radio shows such as “The Kool DJ Red Alert Show” and Marley Marl’s show on 107.5 WBLS every Friday and Saturday night.

Throughout high school C.E.D. would freestyle/rhyme for fun, but it wasn’t until the age of 21 that he realized his talent and began to write poems and songs. In 1994, C.E.D. moved to Stockholm, Sweden to pursue a modeling opportunity (but don’t let the pretty boy image fool you) and landed his first speaking role in a commercial for Telia AB (a Swedish telephone company) which also led to being featured in a print ad from the same company.

After returning to the U.S., C.E.D. furthered his knowledge of the music business by working behind the scenes as an assistant/intern for Oz Music Group and street team/intern at Roc-A-Fella Records. Between working and interning C.E.D. still found time to follow his love and passion for music by recording and has performed on stage battling MC’s at SOB’s in Manhattan and at a BMI showcase at DownTime. In November of 2004, Mr. Streeter became founder and C.E.O. of Kaos Records, LLC.