Passion Fueled Country Artist, Hisyde Releases Fun, Bluesy Pop Hit, “If You Were Mine”

Garland, Texas — Hisyde is back with another feel-good hit. “If You Were Mine” paints the perfect picture he’d never take his eyes off of. The song commences with bluesy rock riffs. Hisyde describes the scene and his interest as he reflects on meeting her. This perfectly leads us up to the catchy passion-fueled chorus. Repetitive, Hisyde reiterates “If you were mine, I’d never take my eyes off you” with fiery ad libs and an uplifting instrumental backing.

Hisyde announces his love. The vocals are seamless over the country stylings and rock undertones. The depth of Hisyde’s vocals unfolds further in the second verse/refrain as he adds more charm and swagger to the track. The strong drums and guitar riffs blend flawlessly with the vocal performance. This single is engaging from start to finish, with Hisyde completely engulfing us in his strong passion. By the time ‘If You Were Mine’ comes to an end, you’ll find yourself humming along and in need of hitting that repeat button for another listen.

His debut single ‘Oochie Couchie’ was released globally in March 2019, and has consistently charted on numerous blues and southern soul charts and has been lauded as the best ever first single heard from an artist on – iTunes. Hisyde has muddied the waters at shows like Soul Fest 2019, and hopes to play for larger arenas throughout the nation; He’s also shared the stage with notable artists like Carl Sims, Bobby Rush, Latimore, Ricki White & Lenny Williams on the once in lifetime “Living Legends Tour.

Hisyde’s debut album “Who Is Hisyde” was released in early May 2021, and was lauded an astonishing 4 out of 5 Stars from the Blues Critic, with a conglomerate o southern soul hit singles like the urban swing out a classic: Oochie Couchie, The Git Up Featuring “Line Dance Pioneer” Big Mucci & Rico C, which was crowned “Line Dance of The Year” (Underground Southern Soul Awards), Is It Ova (2021 Blues Critic Best Funk/Dance Song) (Nominated for “Best Collaboration – SOUTHERN SOUL MUSIC AWARDS) & the south Arkansas anthem “Hap Here.”

Hisyde is really coming on. “For Your Love” comes at you as easily as Mr. Campbell’s “I’m Stepping Out” a couple of years ago. This song plus “Is It Ova?” should catapult Hisyde above the rank-and-file for good.

Every song I’ve written revolves around bigger ideas and forms of self-expression…dreams, epiphanies, within my dirty south journals,” he explains.

Fresh, ambitious and a man with a plan, Hisyde’s sound is a much-needed breath of fresh air in today’s commercial music scene; listeners want something new, something to resonate with, and Hisyde’s got just that. We can’t wait to see him hit the big stage. – Gee Gee Miller (Geffen Records)


Hisyde, is an American Country & Southern Soul blues singer & songwriter currently based in Dallas, TX. Bringing newness to Country, Soul & Blues, Hisyde is an upcoming artist who magically weaves his southern country roots into the music of today. His lyrical sound is gratification on another level, and with lyrics inspired by the love of poetry.

Born in El Dorado, Arkansas and raised just down the road in tiny Strong, Arkansas, Sernerick Greer (aka Hisyde) started managing and doing promotional work for a rap group called the Swangaboyz in south Arkansas after graduating from high school. In 2009 he moved to Dallas to pursue a gospel recording contract with producer Flaco Da Great. When Flaco relocated to California, Hisyde pursued musical studies at Eastfield Community College, interned in “Artist Boot Camp” under engineer/professor Brad Cox.

Name: Dirty South Journals
Address: 1013 NW HWY, Ste. 110, garland, Texas
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 214-984-1985

Twitter: http://www.twitter/hisyde1


Source: ArtistPR