Cisco Swank

Cisco Swank (Francisco Haye) is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and producer from Brooklyn, NY quickly becoming a staple in the city’s R&B, jazz, and hip-hop communities. “It’s just who he is. He is Black music. All of it. It’s in every note.” - Grammy-nominated trumpeter and collaborator Ambrose Akinmusire via The New York Times. Cisco's critically acclaimed debut solo album "More Better” is a sprawling web of jazz, hip-hop, indie, and R&B that features the likes of Laura Elliott, Ambrose Akinmusire, Luke Titus and more.

Cisco Swank

Praised as “a rising multi-hyphenate” by Okayplayer & i-D, and compared to the likes of MIKE and Earl Sweatshirt by The New York Times, Cisco is cementing his status as a major player in the modern intersection of hip hop and jazz. While completing his studies at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Cisco released the highly lauded collaborative album “Some Things Take Time” with Luke Titus in 2022 and has worked with a diverse roster of artists including Saba, Noname, Braxton Cook, Malaya, and Julius Rodriguez.

Associated acts

Noname, Kenneth Whalum


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