William Singe Biography
Birthday: July 2, 1992 (Cancer)
Born In: Forestville, Sydney, Australia
William Singe is an Australian singer, songwriter and producer, whose professional career got a kick-start when he became one of the members of a boy band named ‘The Collective’. The creation of ‘The Collective’ boy band coincided with the fourth season of ‘The X Factor Australia’ that was telecasted in 2012. Singe is singularly noted for posting cover songs of original soundtracks reinforced with elements of rap, hip-hop, and R&B, on Facebook and YouTube. Singe’s online videos have been downloaded zillions of times and the footages have helped the singer build a whopping virtual fan base. He has about 3 million followers on Facebook, more than 1 million fans on YouTube, and his acoustic covers have registered nearly 65 million streams on ‘Spotify’-a popular video, podcast, and music streaming service. The five band members of ‘The Collective’ remained a close-knit group for almost 3 years, participating in umpteen concerts, and after William left, the group disbanded. Singe was at his prolific best for three years in a row—2014, 2015, and 2016—when he recorded cover songs, set off on an international musical tour, and entered into a contract with RCA Records. While inking the deal with RCA, he commented that he was “incredibly excited for what 2017 brings”.