Cisco Sam Adler (born September 6, 1978) is an American musician and former frontman for the band Whitestarr.
Adler is the son of music producer and director Lou Adler and Phyllis Somer. His father is the brother-in-law of actress Daryl Hannah through his marriage to her sister, Page. He has a dog named Stosh Cisco Adler is married to fashion model Barbara Stoyanoff; they have one child. He has an older half brother, Nicholai Adler, from his father's relationship with actress Britt Ekland.
In 2008 Adler left Whitestarr, and has since been working extensively with hip-hop artist Shwayze. Their first single, "Buzzin'," reached number 46 on the Billboard Hot 100, and the follow-up "Corona and Lime" peaked at number 23. They starred in the MTV reality series Buzzin' which follows the two as they record an album, have appeared on MTV Cribs, and toured with Warped Tour 2008. The pair have also collaborated with DJ Skeet Skeet on a Nike-sponsored workout program entitled Beach Blast by Shwayze.
On December 18, 2008, Cisco Adler was arrested in Fargo, North Dakota for assaulting an employee at the club where he and Shwayze were performing. He was released shortly after being taken into custody, posting $500 bail. In 2009 he released a re-mixtape entitled "Pop Shit," which was produced entirely by himself. On June 15, 2010, Cisco released a mixtape entitled "Super California Lipstick Sexy Magic Dope Shit." Cisco produced every song on the mixtape. He produced tracks on Mike Posner's album 31 Minutes to Takeoff He runs a record label called Bananabeat Records.
In May 2013, Adler released an EP, One Way, working alongside rapper Tayyib Ali. One Way was released as a free download for 48 hours from May 28-30, 2013. One Way is expected to be released on iTunes shortly after. In addition to music and television, Adler also produced and appeared in the film Sweetie Pie.
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